Bardo Study Group

ALL WELCOME! The group is studying the book "Mind beyond Death" by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche.

Ani Tsondru, a nun in the Kagyu Lineage, will leading the group. She has completed a 3,5 year closed retreat plus a further 4 year retreat. She is now leading Contemplative Wilderness Within trails mainly in the Umfolozi area. She is currently in Spain but the group will continue as from September this year.

The group will be meeting on Saturdays @ 12 noon

Next dates for 2020: 11 Jan, 15 Feb, 22 March, 18 Apr

With profound understanding of the Western mind and warm informality, The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche makes the mysterious Tibetan teachings on the bardos - the intervals of life, death, and beyond- completely available to the modern reader.

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Tara Rokpa therapy

Back to Beginnings is a psycho-therapeutic approach with approximately a two year commitment. It involves an in-depth and systematic review of one’s personal life story with a view to understanding its deeper implications for our ways of being and acting in the world.

Alternate Saturdays

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The group is for students of Tai Situpa’s Ocean of Definitive meaning year 1 group & is open to anyone doing Ngondro. 

We will be following the prayers given by Situ Rinpoche which are slightly different from those currently in use and practiced with Pauline’s Ngondro group.  The Mahamudra practice group meets every 1st Sunday of the month @ 9.00am to 11.00am

Sunday Morning Retreat

Last Sun of month:

A wonderful opportunity to come together and meditate. Practitioners of all levels are welcome and the morning alternates between easy going 30 minute meditation sessions, walking meditation and a tea break. We often finish with a short guided compassion practice.

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Ecosattva - Earthkeepers Sitting Group

1st Sunday of every month @ 9:30am -11:30am

Next dates: 3 Nov, 1 Dec, 5 Jan, 2 Feb, 1 Mar, 5 Apr

A regular space of reflection for Mother Earth and our shared eco-grief.

"The most important thing we can do is to hear inside ourselves the sound of the earth crying"

Thich Nhat Hanh"