Meditation, Mindfulness & Mahamudra
SatURDAY 18 November | 2 - 5pm
With gen kelsang Norden
It’s official: we’re the most distracted humans in history.
The average attention span is dwindling all the time, we’re constantly bombarded by alerts and notifications, and inner peace and calm feel like they’re further away than ever.
But no matter how busy or distracted we might feel, the real nature of the mind is actually pure and clear, and there is always a wealth of peace and stillness awaiting just below the surface.
Buddha’s Mahamudra teachings reveal deeply relaxing and profoundly illuminating meditations that give us that ability to access our peaceful underlying nature.
By gaining familiarity with Mahamudra we can easily let go of distractions and turn our attention inwards to the inner peace and clarity of the mind.
Everyone is welcome.
Session 1: 2 – 2.40pm
Session 2: 3 – 3.40pm
Session 3: 4 – 5pm
Fee: £15 | members free
Venue: KMC Edinburgh | 172 Leith Walk, EH6 5EA
Gen Kelsang Norden is the acting resident teacher of KMC Edinburgh. Gen Norden was ordained as a Buddhist nun in 1994 and has dedicated her life to teaching modern Buddhism and meditation throughout the U.S. and the U.K. She has a wealth of experience and knowledge to share with students, which she presents with humour, warmth and clarity.
Kadampa Meditation Centre Edinburgh
172 Leith Walk,
Pay and display parking has recently been introduced into the local area around the Centre. However, there is no charge for street parking after 5.30pm on week days.
Tram networks to Newhaven are now fully operational with the nearest tram stop to the Centre being at Balfour Street, a few minutes walk away.
Buses also operate as normal down Leith Walk.