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We are delighted that Suvaco is willing to make the journey to Bristol for 3 Wednesday evening sessions in the Spring. These evenings will be a wonderful chance to deepen and sustain our practice right on our doorstep.

On these evenings we will draw attention to the mystery of the heart, or Citta. The heart not only as a physical organ, but as an imaginal and spiritual centre of stillness. Once the feeling resonance of the heart is activated through meditation, energy work, chanting and bowing we will learn to recognise and develop strategies to release the first 3 fetters: sceptical doubt, self view and attachment to rituals. Emphasis will be placed on using creatively the sound of silence as a focus for concentration.

The evenings are suitable for meditators who already have prior experience. Please contact us if you have any queries.

Dates: Wednesday May 8th,15th and 22nd 
Times: 6.45pm to 9.15pm
Venue: The Central Quaker Meeting House, Champion Square, Bristol BS2 9DB
Cost:

‘Open Hand’ rate £25 (supports people on a low or no income to attend)

Standard rate: £15 for those who are waged or have other income

Reduced rate: £10 for those who are on low incomes

Bursary: A limited number of bursaries are available. Please contact us about this.

The costs above cover the venue, insurance, refreshments and Suvaco’s considerable travel and travel time costs.

Dana

In keeping with Buddhist tradition, we are invited to express our gratitude for the teaching by offering donations (Dana). We will explain more about this on the course.

Booking

To book a place on this course, please go to: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4049467

Contacts

For more details, information, or to discuss a sponsored place please text or call 07952 662 552 or email: teacherledcoursebimg@gmail.com

We will send you practical information two weeks before the course starts.

Download the flyer

You can down load the flyer for this course here.

Suvaco

Suvaco is a former Buddhist monk and a passionate advocate for embodying life in all of its forms. Suvaco is originally from Denmark, and currently lives in Devon, UK. Suvaco holds an MA in Mindfulness Psychotherapy Practice and is a registered psychotherapist and cranio sacral practitioner. He trained in the Thai forest tradition of Ajahn Chah for 17 years as a Buddhist monk and currently teaches meditation, mainly to activists committed to make social or environmental changes. He is part of the teaching staff at Gaia house, Devon.