How would your life change if you genuinely accepted yourself, just the way you are? Most of us do not really live our lives fully because we are trapped by feelings of shame and unworthiness. Learning to be open to ourselves, with a quality of warmth and self-acceptance offers a way to break out of this emotional prison.
In this weekend workshop Renate, teaches practical ways of freeing ourselves from the grip of our self-aversion. The workshop involves teachings, meditation and discussions that will help us discover the freedom that comes with kindness and true appreciation of ourselves and others. All welcome!
Dates & time: Saturday 9 September and Sunday 10 September; 9.30am-4.30pm
Cost: with public talk Why Buddhism? A secular perspective $180/$160 for VI members or Saturday/Sunday only $170/$150 for VI members.
For catering purposes please register online.
Renate Ogilvie is a psychotherapist in private practice.
She has been teaching Tibetan Buddhism for 26 years, at the request of her teacher Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche.
His recent teachings on greater emphasis on experiential practice inspired Renate to focus on non-judgmental techniques.
The aim is to relax and transform the Western mind, and to prepare us to cope with the problems of living in an increasingly perplexing and demanding reality.
9 Victoria Square