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Datos de la reunión con Zoom
Clase abierta de Meditación Budista – Suryavana Hora: 19:00-20:00h
Here’s Mandarava, speaking about her upcoming retreat, Stories of Wisdom, Stories of Life retreat, now running *online* from Saturday 24 October to Thursday 29 October.
Mandarava’s puppetry and storytelling is legendary. During this retreat she’ll explore a simple, yet compelling, Jataka story. How are we are when we’re faced with our fear? How can we find ways to resource ourselves?
Only 8 spaces left, so please book to avoid disappointment by visiting the Taraloka website.
Vajradaka’s workshops continue online on the Zoom platform. This one is hosted by the West London Buddhist centre, but Vajradaka will follow up with the North London Centre on 7 April.
“In his characteristic workshop style, Vajradaka will explore how to apply mindfulness to mental and emotional well-being, everyday life as well as personal and spiritual development. Even more relevant than ever!”
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