Heart of London Sangha event

DAY OF MINDFULNESS

SUNDAY 23rd JUNE 2013 10-6pm AT JAMYANG TIBETAN BUDDHIST CENTRE

The Day of Mindfulness creates a quiet space, much needed in our busy lives, where we can deepen our practice, slow down, rest and water our seeds of calm, joy, compassion and solidity. It is like a mini-retreat. During the day we will practice in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh.

PROGRAMME

We will have the opportunity to practise mindfulness, using various tools given us by Thay. There will be periods of sitting meditation, walking meditation, listening to the Dharma talk, reading the sutras, singing Plum Village songs, mindfully eating lunch, Deep Relaxation, Touching the Earth, and Sharing in small groups. We will observe Noble Silence during the whole day, up to 5.00 when there will be time for tea, cakes and socializing. The event will end at 6pm. Mats, cushions and chairs are provided.

This Day is for people who are familiar with the basics of practice in Thich Nhat Hanh tradition, but if you would like to bring a friend /family member who is not, we suggest that they come at least once to the Sangha beforehand to be introduced to the practice, as the basics will not be explained on the day.

VENUE

We will have use of the whole beautiful Tibetan Buddhist Centre, Jamyang – at: The Old Courthouse, 43 Renfrew Road, London SE11 4NA

The venue is a short walk from either Elephant & Castle or Kennington tube stations. For map and transport use the link.

BOOKING INFORMATION

Prices: £25 well waged, £18 low waged, £11 concession – unwaged and full time students
Simple vegan lunch and hot drinks are included in price.

BOOKING IS ONLINE ONLY, with an ethical booking agency.
To book, click here.

After booking you will receive a confirmation email from them.
Booking on the website is easy and quick, but if you do encounter any problems please contact Zofia at zofia.hockin@yahoo.co.uk

Please note there will no booking on the day!
We look forward to joyfully sharing this day of practice with you

With a lotus – the organisers