Date(s) - 12/09/2020 - 13/09/2020
11:00 am - 4:30 pm
Kagyu Samye Dzong Dublin
How to be kind, wise, compassionate and joyful
The Buddha is said to have stated that it is better to live in the four immeasurables than to live in a luxurious palace. The four immeasurables are kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity. They form the very essence of an awakened and enlightened attitude and Clive will explain how they work together to achieve this. Going back to the roots of the meaning of each of these meditations, we will see how useful it is to at least aspire to bring them into our everyday experience. Some exercises from the book, “Restoring the Balance” will be given in this context.
Saturday 12th September 11am – 4.30pm
Sunday 13th September 11am – 4.30pm
Booking recommended – email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 4537427
Suggested donation €35 per day (includes simple vegetarian lunch) Donations help with the running costs of the Centre and allow us to invite teachers such as Clive to the Centre. If finances are a genuine obstacle, please feel free to give whatever you can afford.
Clive Holmes has been teaching meditation for the last twenty five years all over the UK, as well as in Samye Dzong centres overseas. He has completed over a year in intensive retreat and has studied in Europe and India with teachers from Burma, South East Asia, Japan and Tibet. He also has a degree in western philosophy. He is co-editor of the books “Taming the Tiger”and “Restoring the Balance” by Choje Akong Tulku Rinpoche. He also has an honorary appointment as Teaching Fellow in the School of Education at Aberdeen University and is involved in teaching MSc Mindfulness