Perfect Fit: the non-celibate stream of Buddhist practice in the West

Talk with Mé-tsal Wangmo and Ja'gyür Dorje

Wednesday 27th March from 18.00 to 20.00
Älvsborgsplan 1
41471 Göteborg
Nondual realisation is possible for all of us, whatever our career choice or family situation. It is not solely the province of Buddhist monks and ascetics. Although celibate, monastic practice is the dominant form of Buddhism as it is generally presented to the world, there have in fact always been two streams of Buddhist practice – the celibate, monastic stream – and the non-celibate yogic lineages. This yogic style of practice translates well to the West as it emphasises integration with daily life, careers, marriage, and families. With its teachings on practice in every moment, romantic relationship, the arts, and appreciation, it provides a profound and exciting spiritual path for those who find monasticism neither inspiring nor possible.
Come and hear how this ancient but unusual approach to Buddhist meditation practice can pervade every aspect of your life and make it a life truly worth living.
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