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Oct 01
Padmasambhava Day Festival

Start 01/10/2017
Finish 01/10/2017
Led By Satyadasa
Vidyasakhi

Led by Vidyasakhi and Satyadasa. Join us for a day of meditation, stories, reflection and puja.

It’s truly the end of summer. The nights have become longer than the days. Now’s the time to call upon Padmasambhava, the archetypal Warrior, Lover, Guru, who inspires us to turn towards the darkness with faith, creativity and devotion. Sun 1 Oct. 10am-10pm. Bring a vegetarian or vegan lunch to share. No need to book. By donation. 9.30 Doors open – (doors close at 10 am until 11.15)

10.00 Renunciation of the Kingdom

– introduction to Padmasambhava, including story, meditation and chanting (Vidyasakhi)

11.15 tea-break (doors open)

11.45 In all the worlds, there is no law of permanence (doors close at 11.45 until 1pm)

- Practising with impermanence (Satyadasa)

1pm Vegetarian/Vegan lunch to share (doors open until 2.30)

2.30 The mystery of Padmasambhava! - The Sunday School team welcome all, both young and old, for this session. There will also be children’s activities in preparation for the afternoon event from 10.30-1pm in the small shrine room, families welcome.

3.30 Afternoon tea

4pm Metta practice

– metta as the basis of the four immeasurables (Satyadasa)

5pm A few words of great import: (speaker tbc)

6pm dinner

7.15 …the tranquility of sunyata is the foundation

Meditation and led reflections (Satyadasa)

8.15 Padmasambhava Puja

- with readings and mantras (Vidyasakhi)

Festival ends at 9.20 pm

Travel postcode

E20HU