A three-part course taught by Ani Rinchen Khandro. The course looks at Buddhism with fresh eyes, from the time of the Buddha to its relevance in our lives today.
This course elucidates the purpose, meaning and way to study and practice the Dharma for the benefit of oneself and others.
Ani Rinchen Khandro teaches the Four Preliminary Foundations, also known as the Four Ways of Turning the Mind to Dharma.
The course is in four parts of two sessions each, making a total of eight teachings spread over four months to allow participants time to study, meditate and practice each topic within the context of their own life.
Ani Rinchen Khandro presents Teachings on the Twelve Deeds of Lord Buddha to mark the reopening of Kagyu Samye Dzong Edinburgh.
A talk by Ani Rinchen Khandro on what it means to take Refuge in the Buddhist faith. This is particularly useful for those people who have attended our previous online courses and who may be considering taking Refuge in the future.
The Great Masters lives of liberation are not merely history lessons, but rather the means to inspire our own Dharma practice. To study Milarepa’s Songs of Realisation and reflect on their deep meaning, can awaken awe and devotion that opens our mind and imbues life with purpose.
An ongoing course exploring the illuminating teachings of the great Kagyu Masters. Presented by Ani Rinchen Khandro.
QiGong Practice Sessions
A half-hour practice session consisting of warm-up exercises, specific QiGong movements, the Five Elements form and a guided sitting meditation.
A half-hour practice session consisting of warm-up exercises, specific QiGong movements, the Swimming Dragon form and a guided sitting meditation.
For more details of our regular in person classes, please see our Programme page.