Circle of Peace
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About the Event
An opportunity to gather with other seekers & finders – in a gentle, uplifting & heart-centred way.
Join us every Tuesday from 4pm to 5pm. Refreshments will follow.
There’s been a growing interest in the contemplative traditions, which have been investigating the mind – and thus the brain – for thousands of years, quieting the mind/brain enough to catch its softest murmurs and developing sophisticated ways to transform it. If you want to get good at anything, it helps to study those who have already mastered that skill, such as top chefs on TV if you like to cook. Therefore, if you’d like to feel more happiness, inner strength, clarity, and peace, it makes sense to learn from contemplative practitioners – both dedicated lay people and monastics – who’ve really pursued the cultivation of these qualities. Although contemplative may sound exotic, you’ve been contemplative if you’ve ever meditated, prayed, or just looked at the stars with a sense of wonder. The world has many contemplative traditions, most of which are associated with its major religions, including Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. ~ Buddha’s Brain: the practical neuroscience of happiness, love & wisdom