NOBLE 3 – Discover Buddhas First Teaching (Sunday, June 6th) 

£9.99

Suitable for all abilities.
Live webstream. Recording available after session.

This booking is for the third session on Sunday June 6th
Please select an alternative option if you wish to book for the entire series

 

 

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Description

You should know true suffering.
You should abandon true origin.
You should attain true cessation.
And you should follow true paths.

Mindspace Mini-Retreats
Online Livestream

Monthly on Sunday mornings (GMT)

Buddhas first teaching – The Four Noble Truths – were given to five disciples at the Deer Park in Sarnath, Northern India. This inspirational teaching help us understand why we have to experience the specific problems, difficulties, and challenges in our life, where they come from, and the steps that we need to follow to reduce and finally eliminate them.

On this retreat you can personally discover how to benefit from applying these teachings and Meditations to your daily life.

This special online retreat series will take place once a month over four months.
Each retreat session will cover one of the four noble truths.
You can take the whole series or attend a session that is of interest to you.
Book for the entire series for £35 or PAYG for £9.99 per session.

Each retreat session is two hours in length and consists of two fifty minute sessions which include a teaching, guided meditation, and discussion. There is a twenty minute tea break in the middle.

Noble 3
Sunday June 6th

You should attain true cessations.

What mental steps do we need to take to reduce the stress, anxiety, and suffering that arise in our life – discover on this inspiration mini retreat.

 

Structure of each session

Session 1:

10am-10.50am
Introduction with Adam from Mindspace
Guided Meditation
Talk
Guided Meditation

Tea Break

Session 2:
11.10-12pm
Introduction with Adam from Mindspace
Guided Meditation
Talk
Guided Meditation

 

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