Jess Huon with assistant teacher Robyn Gibson
Saturday 9th December 2017, 9:30am – 4:30pm
Fryerstown School, 5 Camp Street, Fryerstown (near Castlemaine)
It appears we have choice in the ways we relate with our experience.
The Buddha’s teaching offers artful ways to be with our experience – allowing ‘life’ to unfreeze and flow, rather than solidifying and compounding inherent ‘suffering.’
On this day we will unpack and de-mystify the Buddha’s teachings on the Twelve Links. The twelve links provide a clear and brilliant map that evokes the wheels of suffering, in motion.
These teachings assist us in seeing at what exact point we can ‘turn our life around’ – unknotting and un-tying the burdens of the past.
$40 (includes lunch) + Dana for Jess’s teaching *
The workshop will include
– Meditation instruction
– Sitting, walking and lying down meditation
– Discussion and questions
– Dharma talk
– Guided relaxation practice
Lunch A delicious vegetarian lunch (including vegan and gluten-free) will be provided
What to bring
Meditation cushions and floor pad/blanket; meditation shawl. Note: the Fryerstown School floor is timber, you will need good padding (chairs will be provided at the venue)
Bookings Bookings are essential, and must be made and paid for online at TryBooking: https://www.trybooking.com/SKQL