Sunday, September 11th @ 10:30 am – 4:00 pm
Padmasambhava is a semi-legendary figure who overcame malicious local deities to introduce Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th Century. We draw inspiration from Padmasambhava for our own effort to follow the Dharma.
Padmasambhava is a celebrated figure in Buddhism, because he overcame many obstacles to spread the Dharma, the Buddha’s teachings, to the population of Tibet many centuries ago. But just because Padmasambhava lived hundreds of years ago does not mean he is not relevant today. His tenacity and faith in the Buddha’s teachings can inspire us even in our modern world.
Come along to the Centre and find out more about this fascinating Buddhist legend. You will find a warm and friendly welcome. Ideally, you will have some experience of meditation and Buddhism but it is not necessary as there are a team of volunteers to answer any of your questions and introduce you to meditation.
The classes and events are free but donations are welcome, and there is no need to book in advance.