Nyima Tashi Kagyu Buddhist Centre

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Nyima Tashi Kagyu Buddhist Centre
717 New North Road
Mount Albert
Auckland 1022
33 days ago

Dream Yoga Retreat April 12th -15th

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Registration now Open
BOOKINGS CLOSE 31ST MARCH
In March 2008 Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche gave a series of talks on Dream Yoga offering a comprehensive overview of the philosophy of dreams as presented in Tibetan Buddhism, an in-depth analysis both in terms of one's psychological states … View more
Registration now Open
BOOKINGS CLOSE 31ST MARCH
In March 2008 Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche gave a series of talks on Dream Yoga offering a comprehensive overview of the philosophy of dreams as presented in Tibetan Buddhism, an in-depth analysis both in terms of one's psychological states and ones physical well being, we are pleased to present these original talks in their entirety. These precious Video recordings will be presented on the big screen for an IN PERSON audience.

What is Real? What is not Real? What is True? What is not True?

"Our mind is always involved in determining what kind of experiences that we have, we see how our mind and even how our body are intimately related, so we cannot understand the practice of Dream Yoga if we cannot appreciate this notion. Dream yoga is a meditation practice. When we worry, when we anticipate things, when we remember things we use images so imagery becomes a very powerful tool, whatever image comes to our mind, then that arouses our emotions, feelings and passions. Buddhism has always emphasized the notion of interplay, interplay between fact and fiction, reality and unreality. Rinpoche will present Dream Yoga in the context of the Buddhist tradition and in terms of why Dream Yoga is important."

April retreat daily program includes:

Teachings, yoga, sitting meditation , Ritual practice, the retreat provides participants with an opportunity to expand and deepen one's knowledge through study and practice. Accommodation is also available for those wishing to stay at the center

Pricing
Accommodation - Retreat - all meals $525.00
Retreat only 8 - 7pm with meals $305.00
Retreat only 8 - 7pm with NO meals $210.00

Friday 12th April - check in at 2pm - retreat commences at 5pm
Saturday 13h April - 8 - 7pm
Sunday 14th April- 8 - 7pm
Monday 15th April - 8 -12noon - Check out by 2pm

To register contact the office: nyimatashi.nz@gmail.com or phone 09-815 0850

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65 days ago

Introduction to the Art of Sitting Meditation

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Saturday 24th February, 10am - 11am, free of charge. All welcome
Meditation is a way of learning to be with the dynamic vitality of the mind. We can train our mind to be with whatever thoughts and feelings arise without being overwhelmed by them. But how do we do that??
Please bring along any … View more
Saturday 24th February, 10am - 11am, free of charge. All welcome
Meditation is a way of learning to be with the dynamic vitality of the mind. We can train our mind to be with whatever thoughts and feelings arise without being overwhelmed by them. But how do we do that??
Please bring along any questions, hesitations, and doubts!
Venue: Nyima Tashi Buddhist Centre, 717 New North Rd, Mt Albert
For more information or to register email nyimatashi.nz@gmail.com or click the link below "Read More."

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338 days ago

"Intro to compassion" - Saturday May 20th

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Join us for a discussion on compassion: What it is, what it is not and how do we utilise compassion in everyday life

Generally when we think of compassion, we think of a spontaneous feeling of sympathy or empathy and perhaps even a sense of pity for others, but it is not as simplistic as … View more
Join us for a discussion on compassion: What it is, what it is not and how do we utilise compassion in everyday life

Generally when we think of compassion, we think of a spontaneous feeling of sympathy or empathy and perhaps even a sense of pity for others, but it is not as simplistic as that--from a Buddhist perspective compassion covers all aspects of positive emotions, which is why compassion is also seen as a transformative emotion rather than seeing compassion as only sharing in the pain and unhappiness of others.

10am - 12pm, $27 waged, $15 students -- registration essential
email: nyimatashi.nz@gmail.com or phone: 815 0850
Nyima Tashi Buddhist Centre 717 New North Road, Mt Albert

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410 days ago

Auckland Buddhist Summer School, March 23rd—26th

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You are cordially invited to join us for the annual “summer school.” Subjects include: Meditation, spiritual paths Buddhist, Maori, and Anglican, Mindfulness and fierce compassion

The opening forum is 23rd March @6.30pm and is free to attend.

Guest speakers:
Ngawang Sangye
Geshe … View more
You are cordially invited to join us for the annual “summer school.” Subjects include: Meditation, spiritual paths Buddhist, Maori, and Anglican, Mindfulness and fierce compassion

The opening forum is 23rd March @6.30pm and is free to attend.

Guest speakers:
Ngawang Sangye
Geshe Thupten Wangchen
Chagdud Khadro
The Very Reverend Anne Mills
Tamiaho Herangi-Searancke
Dr Mary Miller

In-person attendance is at the Centre in Mt Albert and online via zoom.

See the link for more info and how to register :)

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714 days ago
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