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We are very sorry but despite insisting she was well enough this morning, Mé-tsal is not actually fit to hold the teachings this weekend as her voice is fast disappearing. We shall re-schedule for some time in the new year when, funnily enough, it will still be the season of goodwill!
Hoping we get to see you soon and in the meantime wishing you kindness, merriment and good cheer.
Much love, Mé-tsal and Ja’gyür

It’s all about kindness – but all year round. An exploration of how Buddhism understands and addresses our failure to manifest our innate kindness. We do not all find ourselves to be in the same place all the time. Buddhism, as a religion of method, addresses this flux in our experience of being by providing different approaches to practice, known as ‘yanas’. The word yana means ‘vehicle’ a coherent system of theory and practice that transports one from a base via a path to a particular result. Compassion is the central theme in each of the nine yanas which can be viewed as a developmental psychology that makes sense of every stage of spiritual growth. Each of the Sutric vehicles and the six classes of Tantra expresses compassion - or appreciative interactive empathy - according to progressively more subtle and vivid criteria. We find that the compassion we begin by cultivating in Sutra is none other than the innate energy of the natural state we discover in the innermost Tantras.

Two sessions on the evening of
Two sessions
10th December - Friday 7pm - 8.30pm
11th December - Saturday 2pm - 6pm
All times UK London time
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