09.11.2019 - 10.11.2019
08:30 - 12:00 | iCal
Talbot Hall, Lady Margaret Hall College
We inhabit a paradox as our self-revealing mind is hidden by our way of looking. Using the structure of a short Dzogchen text by the extraordinary Tibetan Yogini Ayu Khandro we will explore how not to get in the way of our mind’s intrinsic illumination. The focus will be on the clarity of the authentic view and the depth of meditation practice.
There is a public talk the evening before.
Saturday November 9th, 9.30am – 1pm & 2.30pm – 6pm (with breaks)
Sunday November 10th, 9.30am – 1pm (with breaks)
Evening Talk Only: £10
Teaching Sessions (a.m. or p.m): £15 per session (am or pm)
Whole Event: £50
These prices above only cover the Organiser’s running costs, venue hire, James’ travel etc.
There is no fee for the teaching.
If you wish to offer a donation (dana) to support the work of the teacher and those who help him, then please do so at any point during the event
Both payment for costs and dana are cash only please on the door!
Organiser Giovanni Maschio Email: email@example.com
Venue Website:Talbot Hall