Blissful Wisdom – South African National Festival

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Blissful Wisdom – South African National Festival

blissful wisdom

South African National Festival
with Gen-la Jampa in Durban
Friday 10 March – Sunday 12 March

The practice of Buddhist meditation helps us to awaken our extraordinary potential for peace, happiness, love and other good qualities that exist within our mind.

An empowerment is a blissful guided meditation through which we receive a Buddha’s inspiring blessings. Gen-la Jampa will grant the empowerment of the Wisdom Buddha Je Tsongkhapa, connecting us to a powerful source of wisdom that will sustain us throughout our spiritual life.

The empowerment and subsequent commentary will open the doors to the sublime and blissful practice of Mahamudra Tantra through which enlightenment can be accomplished swiftly.
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This rich and imaginative practice enables us to transform our own life into a path of blissful wisdom and compassion.

Everybody is Welcome.

Gen-la Kelsang Jampa

Gen-la Jampa is the Deputy Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition of Buddhism. Gen-la has a deep understanding of the problems we face in the modern world and how we can solve them by developing the capacity of our mind through meditation practice. He teaches at major events throughout the world and is well loved for his ability to touch peoples hearts through his inspirational teachings and personal example.

for more info or bookings, tel 031 266 0096 or email us

Program of Events

Book for the whole event R550 (save R100)

Date Time Cost
Friday 10 March
The Journey to the Subtle Mind 7pm – 8.30pm R 100
Saturday 11 March
Empowerment 10am – 12pm R350 for day incl. delicious veg lunch
Lunch break 12pm –2pm
Teaching 2 2pm – 4pm
Chanted Prayers 5pm – 6pm
Sunday 12 March
Wisdom of Correct Imagination 9am-10.30am  R200 for morning incl. refreshments
Tea break 10.30am-11.30am
Wisdom of Correct Imagination  11.30am-1pm

 

All proceeds from the weekend are donated to the International Temples Project – a charity dedicated to world peace

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