In this talk we will look how the different types of pleasure arising from our meditation can positively enhance our enjoyment and, therefore, our practice of meditation. Maybe we have over emphasised the obstacles and difficulties of meditation. We might also have been holding onto the idea of “no pain, no gain.” What would happen if we approach meditation from a perspective of creating the conditions for ease and stability for both body and mind?
Date: Friday 13 July
Cost: $30/$27 VI members or $108/$95 VI members as a package with Workshop: Meditations on rapture and contentment. To register for just this public talk use the Register Now button below. To register for the package click here
About the Teacher
Wai Cheong Kok has been teaching meditation and Buddhism since 1996. He completed the first 7-year Masters program in Advanced Buddhist Studies of Sutra and Tantra at Istituto Lama Tsong Khapa in Italy in 2004. From 2006-2015, he has served as a senior resident teacher at Vajrayana Institute, a Tibetan Buddhist Centre affiliated to the Foundation for Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) in Sydney, Australia. He has a special interest in making available the benefits of meditation to a wider audience.