Saturday 19th February 2022 | 2pm – 5pm | £12/£7con. | In Person at the South Belfast Quaker Meeting House & Online via Zoom and Video Catch Up | Suitable for beginners and experienced meditators alike
We all know our state of mind very much determines our experience of our day. If our mind is in a good space, we have a good day, and if it’s not, we invariably don’t.
In this retreat we will explore the Buddhist perspectives on
- What exactly is our mind? What is its nature and function and how can we can use our mind as our greatest ally?
- How to connect to the natural peace, clarity, and vast potential of our mind
- How to practise a simple and profound meditation called ‘The clarity of the mind’ meditation.
- We will explore how the experience of this meditation, opens the door to our limitless potential, enabling us let go of unhealthy states of mind such as worry, anxiety, and limiting beliefs.
About the Teacher
Bronagh Best began her training with Meditation and Buddhism many years ago at Heruka Kadampa Meditation Centre in London, before returning home to continue her training and teaching here at our Derry Londonderry Branch. A dedicated student and teacher she transmits these practices and insights with humour and humility.
About the venue
A wonderfully peaceful space jus off the Lisburn Rd with its own free car park. There will be a 30min break in the middle of the retreat during which there will be hot drinks and snacks available and a peaceful garden and meditation room to in which to relax.