Join us for this two-day retreat with Paula Chichester, giving us talks and guided meditations on how we engage compassionate feelings within a Mahamudra awareness in order to empower our inner nature with restorative healing and complete wholeness, to share with all beings.
WHEN: Saturday, 12 November, 10 am – 5 pm
WHEN: Sunday 13 November, 10 am – 3 pm
WHERE: Onsite and Online
LEVEL: Open for everyone, but some knowledge is of benefit
You can join the event here on zoom:
Meeting ID: 864 2789 3078
Mahamudra, a Sanskrit word meaning “great seal,” refers to an advanced and sophisticated system of meditation on the nature of the mind, and the realizations gained through it. Having a focus shifting from the content to the experience of the experience, the ultimate goal is to achieve a non-dual awareness by observing emptiness (Sanskrit: Shunyata) like “a mindful fish not even stirring the water while swimming”.
Each day will start with a short guru yoga based on “The Yoga of the Inseparability of the Guru and Avalokiteshvara”, which Paula Chichester will introduce in depth on Friday 11 November.
Paula Chichester is known for her friendly, experiential teaching style that evolves from 4 decades of training in Tibetan Buddhist meditation, healing arts, yoga and chi gong. Her ability to distill and impart the essence of these disciplines is inspired by her teacher, Lama Thubten Yeshe. Read more
Cost: Suggested donation is 0 – 80 CHF. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. You can donate online (via Paypal, Twint or E-Banking).
Level: Open for everyone, but this is meant as a basic introduction.