Recollective Awareness Meditation is a gentle and accepting form of Buddhist insight meditation. It offers an approach based on people’s actual experience. Meditators are invited to follow whatever naturally arises for them in their meditation and, then, to recollect and explore it as a way of cultivating a greater awareness of the dynamic and dependently arisen nature of their experience. This offers the opportunity for real insight into the workings of their minds and, with that, an increased ease, kindness and clarity in their lives.
Date & time: Saturday 22 April; 10:00 am – 4:00pm
Cost: $90/$80 VI member
Also known as Jampa Gendun, Jampa has been teaching Buddhism for over 20 years. American by birth, he was a monk in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for 17 years and studied for over 14 years in India at the Tibetan Library of Works and Archives and the Buddhist School of Dialectics. He spent one year in Thailand, studying and meditating in the Theravada tradition, and in 2005 completed a solitary one-year retreat in Spain. He has been the resident teacher at Buddha House, South Australia and the teaching assistant in the first FPMT Masters Program for Buddhist Studies in Italy.
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