Teachings on the Practices of Embodying Natural Dignity

Class with Shé-zér Khandro and Namgyal Dorje

Wednesday 1st November 2017 from 7pm to 8.30pm
Wednesday 8th November 2017 from 7pm to 8.30pm
Benjamin Perry Boathouse
Harbourside BS1 6TJ
Bristol, UK
The practice of embodying natural dignity entails recognising and manifesting the natural dignity of being, through recognising the natural dignity of those around us – in the context of formal social occasions such as dining and dance. Where practitioners gather and enjoin in this practice wholeheartedly, mutual recognition occurs – and the manifestation of innate nobility is inevitable.

Two evening sessions on consecutive Wednesday evenings introducing the practices of embodying natural dignity.
The natural dignity practices come from the Ling Gésar gTérma (literally ‘treasure’ of Ling Gésar – revealed Buddhist teachings) which originates with Rangrig Togden – the 19th century Buddhist yogic practitioner, and father of Aro Lingma – the female visionary who founded the Aro gTér lineage at the turn of the 20th century in Tibet. The Ling Gésar teachings are founded on certain core principles, but the formal manifestation of those principles in terms of the methods applied to enact them are not culturally restricted or specific to Tibet. In terms of natural dignity, the core principle is the communication and enactment of enlightened society.
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£8 per session and £4 for voucher holders
Concessions available.

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All Aro gTer retreats are non-smoking events. Smokers are welcome to attend, but in accordance with Nyingma teaching, and Vajrayana Buddhism in general, we require participants to desist from the smoking of tobacco for the entire duration of the retreat – both on or off the premises where retreats are held. Tobacco in any form should not be brought to the retreat.