Workshop to focus on ‘Growing Old in Light of Tibetan Buddhism’
Arnaud Maitland, author of “Living Without Regret: Growing Old in Light of Tibetan Buddhism,” will be giving a daylong workshop in Grass Valley Saturday.
A student of the venerable Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku for 30 years, Maitland will lecture on the subject his book covers, show a video, and lead meditations. He has been interviewed on CNN and NBC, as well as by New Dimensions Radio Founder Michael Toms.
The day begins at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Cultural Center, 410 S. Church St. Cost of the entire day is $20 at the door. Books will be available for purchase, so will thangkas (sacred art). Call Suzanne at Dharma Publishing (707-847-3717, ext. 208) for information about this art. Sierra Friends of Tibet, Dharma Publishing and The Book Seller are joining St. Joseph’s in sponsoring this event.
Saturday, April 15th 2006 at St. Joseph’s Cultural Center,
410 South Church Street, Grass Valley, 272-4725
10:00 AM Living Without Regret, meditation, lecture, questions
12:30 lunch break
2:00 PM Meditation
2:15 PM Video on the Yeshe De project by Dharma Publishing
3:15 PM Growing Old In Light of Tibetan Buddhism, lecture on the Bardos
5:00 PM Closing Meditation
Suggested donation for the entire day is $20.00 No one will be turned away due to a lack of funds.
Arnaud Maitland brings the ancient teachings of the Tibetan Buddhism into the mainstream of contemporary culture and life”both in the personal and professional spheres. He is an international lecturer, retreat leader, meditation instructor and organizational consultant.
Maitland’s writings and teachings are reaching a wide and diverse audience. In addition to being the subject of the Dutch Television (BOS) documentary “Living Without a Shadow,” he has been interviewed on CNN and NBC as well as by New Dimensions Radio Founder, Michael Toms.
The significance of the lineage teachings is far reaching and transformational. Maitland has been a student of the venerable Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku for thirty years. Tibetan Buddhist wisdom teaches us that Mind creates reality. Common everyday consciousness is not in alignment with this energy. Maitland teaches us to awaken into Mind and Time held within the moving fabric of impermanence as we have never experienced it, altering forever our perception of ourselves and the world. He leads us to discover that we already possess the knowledge to create a meaningful, successful and happy life.
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