Recognising the Deathless: A Series of 5-Week courses with Colin Moore

Conker in hand.A Series of 5-Week courses with Colin Moore starting Monday 13th November 7.30-9.00pm

Entitled Recognising the Deathless, this will be on the teachings of the Buddha regarding the unborn and the unconditioned.

Each session will be about 90 minutes long with meditation and time for discussion. Participants will be expected to make a commitment to study and practice between the weekly sessions. Suggested donation for each 5-week part: £25 (£15), but no one will be excluded on the basis of lack of funds.

To register your interest and to find out more, please contact Colin at clearlightmind@webplus.net (He will be away until 5th November and will respond then.)

The four celestial Tathagata Buddhas, marking the directional Pure Lands, flank Vairochana, symbolized by the double-pronged vajra (thunderbolt) at center. The large diamond at its axis refers to Vajrayana being the diamond vehicle of Buddhism. © Metropolitan Museum of Art Forehead Ornament , 17th–19th century
Newari for Nepal or Tibet market, Gold, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, garnet, lapis lazuli, coral, shell, and turquoise ; 2 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. (7 x 21.6 cm)

The four celestial Tathagata Buddhas, marking the directional Pure Lands, flank Vairochana, symbolized by the double-pronged vajra (thunderbolt) at center. The large diamond at its axis refers to Vajrayana being the diamond vehicle of Buddhism.  © Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tibetan Buddhism in Totnes.

 

 

 



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