The Basic Goodness of Being Human: Who am I?

Centre: Edinburgh Studio
Date: Wednesday 5 July 2017 (18:45 -20:45) Wednesday 12 July 2017 (18:45 -20:45) Wednesday 12 July 2017 (18:45 -20:45) Wednesday 12 July 2017 (18:45 -20:45) Wednesday 19 July 2017 (18:45 -21:00) Wednesday 19 July 2017 (18:45 -20:45)
Teacher : Acharya Adam Lobel
Coordinator : Angela Newton
Contact person : Angela Newton
Price: 40.00
In this 6-session recorded course, Acharya Adam Lobel leads participants on a journey of contemplative inquiry focused on the timeless question, "Who am I?"

A 6-week interactive course
In this 6-session recorded course, Acharya Adam Lobel leads participants on a journey of contemplative inquiry focused on the timeless question, "Who am I?" Course participants will:

    • Learn about Buddhist teachings on how our sense of self arises moment by moment to provide a reference point.
    • Use meditation practice as a way to contact and express the mind of basic goodness.
    • Develop your understanding through discussion, contemplation and dialogue exercises.

Each evening we will start with sitting meditation, then listen to the recorded talk by Acharya Adam Lobel. We will then further explore the material, and our relationship to it, using discussion and dialogues, and other contemplative exercises. The first class (31 May) includes a very special meditation instruction, so please try not to miss this!  

The course will be held at the Salisbury Centre on six Wednesday evenings (31 May, 7, 14 June, 5, 12, 19 July. We will start at 6:45 pm. The cost for the course will be £40, early bird discount £35 paid on or before the 31st May. This price includes the contribution to room hire. Concessions are available. Please contact Angie for more information.