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The Oral Instructions of Mahamudra - A Silent Guided Retreat
How often do we have the opportunity to leave all our worries and concerns behind us and absorb our mind completely into the profound inner stillness that comes from deep meditation? It is in this stillness that the deep insights that will transform our reality can develop. The focus of this day retreat will be immersion, so start planning now to spend a full day at Serlingpa Meditation Center deepening your practice! By gaining confidence in meditating on the clear nature of awareness, we’ll begin to gain experience in settling the mind and we can train in tranquil abiding, preparing our mind for realization of the ultimate nature of reality. This special meditation, known as Mahamudra, is renowned as a special method for gaining deep insight as well as for settling the mind in a state of deep peace. This retreat is recommended for beginners and experienced practitioners alike. This is a unique opportunity to gain experience in this special meditation in four sessions throughout the day. This is a silent retreat. Full-day participation is encouraged. For more information including registration and schedule times please visit our website https://meditationinboston.org/oral-instructions-mahamudra-nb/

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Serlingpa Meditation Center

514 Pleasant St · New Bedford, MA

$20.00
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Located in an historic building in downtown New Bedford, MA, Serlingpa Meditation Center offers a variety of classes, retreats, and chanted prayers, which are open to everyone in the community. Whether you simply want to learn how to calm your mind and discover your own inner peace, or are looking to begin an in-depth Buddhist study program, Serlingpa offers many practical options for people of all backgrounds.

Serlingpa Meditation Center is dedicated to achieving world peace through following the Kadampa Buddhist Path. Kadampa teachings offer us special advice, so that we can learn to become happy and lead meaningful lives that have the power to greatly benefit others. It is a path of compassion and wisdom, with a great emphasis on integrating what we learn into our daily lives. You do not need to be Buddhist to benefit from Buddha’s teachings: this is ancient wisdom that remains strikingly relevant in our modern, busy lives. Everybody is welcome!

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