Ken Holmes teachings Sept 15-26, 2016

Ken Holmes

Ken Holmes

Ken Holmes is currently Director of Studies at Kagyu Samye Ling and is a world renowned scholar on Tibetan Buddhism. His life is spent teaching in the Samye Dzong Buddhist Centers established by the late Akong Tulku Rinpoche, in various countries, writing and translating dharma works. We are delighted to have Ken back for another round of inspiring teachings.

1. Six Night Retreat, Susurumba, Nyanga: “Seven Points of Mindtraining (Lojong)”

Dates: 16th – 22nd September, 2016
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2. Talk on The Refuge Tree

Ken has kindly agreed to give a talk on the Refuge Tree. This will be of particular interest to practitioners who are presently practicing the Ngondro but is open to anyone who is interested.

Venue : Borrowdale Meditation Centre, 6 Borrowdale Lane, Borrowdale, Harare

Date : Friday 23rd September

Timings : 1.30 – +- 3.15

3. Public Talk, Harare: “A Moral Compass for the Journey of Mindfulness” – Fri 23rd September, 2016

Secular forms of mindfulness are proving themselves very beneficial to our modern times. They open a door to self-discovery which can be an ideal basis for further work of human psychological or spiritual maturity, be it Buddhist or that of another value-system. Ken will help us have more of a birds-eye view of the possibilities of mindfulness.

Venue: Borrowdale Meditation Centre, 6 Borrowdale Lane, Borrowdale, Harare

Date: Friday 23rd September, 2016

5.30 – 6.30 pm
6.30 Soup by donation (recommend $3 per serving)

Cost: $10

3. Weekend Teachings, Harare: “12 Links of Interdependent Origination” – Fri 24th – Sat 25th September, 2016

Interdependence sits at the very heart of the Buddha’s teaching. Some aspects of how we depend on each other and the world around us are obvious: others less so and some totally invisible, except to the wise. The twelve links show how we come to make karma and later experience its results.

Venue: Harare Buddhist Centre Temple, 7a Ernies Lane, Monavale, Harare

Dates: Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th September, 2016

Timings: 9.30 am – 12.30 pm; 1.45 pm – 3.45 pm

Cost: $20 per day or $30 for the weekend.

Bring and share vegetarian lunch on both days.

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