The three core areas of spiritual practice are mindfulness, wisdom and compassion.
In other words cultivating attentional, cognitive and emotional balance, as a basis for achieving mental balance and well-being.
In Buddhism these are often referred to as shamatha, vipashyana and compassion practice.
Over twelve days we will introduce and practice meditations in these three core areas of practice.
Recommended Reading | Attention Revolution – Alan Wallace
Day 1: Sat 26 September (introduction)
Day 2: Sat 24 October (mindfulness of breathing)
Day 3: Sat 7 November (observing the mind)
Day 4: Sat 28 November (resting in awareness)
(Times are all UK times & include BST adjustments):
Glen is teaching LIVE from Australia
Hence 8.30am teaching starts with 8am arrival.
SESSION 1: 8.30am – 9.45am
Break: 30 mins
SESSION 2: 10.15am – 11.30am
Break: 30 mins
SESSION 3: 12md – 1.15pm
Recommended Reading | Minding Closely – Alan Wallace
Please Note That This Term’s dates are on Sundays:
2021 ~ Sundays:
17th January – 3 Marks of Existence
31st January – View of Emptiness
14th February – Emptiness of Person
28th February – Nature of Mind
Recommended Reading | Four Immeasurables – Alan Wallace
The video & MP3 Audio recording will be yours to keep after the retreat & re-visit in your practice.
If your time zone does not permit you to be present LIVE
the recordings will be available on the CCN Website the day following the teaching.
Glen Svensson has taught alongside Lama Alan for many years and is valued as a very clear & effective teacher.
We hope that you will all take advantage of Glen’s teaching!
~ Elizabeth & Jude ~