A weekend in September at the Highlands Buddhist Centre with Tejananda

Dates: Saturday, 8 Sep 2018 to Sunday, 9 Sep 2018
Time: 10:00am - 4:30pm each day

Tejananda has been practising Buddhism and meditation for over 30 years and a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order since 1980. Since becoming an Order member, he has worked in a vegetarian cafe in Croydon, helped establish the Bristol Buddhist Centre, of which he was chairman for six years, worked for the Karuna Trust, written a book introducing the fundamentals of Buddhism ‘The Buddhist Path to Awakening’ (published by Windhorse Publications), and taught meditation and Dharma in many parts of the UK, Europe and the USA.

He has been part of the resident / teaching team at Vajraloka since 1995 and became chairman of the centre in 2001. In meditation he practices just about everything in the repertoire of the Triratna Buddhist Community and is now particularly inspired by the ‘formless’ or ‘awareness’ approaches arising from just sitting, as well as by devotion to Vajrasattva, Padmasambhava and Vajrayogini, which all finds reflection in his ‘Formless Meditation – Opening to Awareness’ retreats.

We will publish more details about this specific weekend nearer the time.

Cost: Free
Suitable for: Those who have attended an introductory meditation course
Where: Triratna Buddhist Centre Highlands, First Floor Flat, 62 Academy Street, Inverness, IV1 1LP
Led by: Tejananda