Date(s) - 08 Jul 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Sheffield Hallam University
Norfolk Lecture Theatre, Norfolk Building, City Campus, Howard Street
The Buddha referred to the five hindrances (of sense desire, ill-will, tiredness and lethargy, restlessness and remorse, and doubt), as imperfections of the mind that weaken wisdom and nourish delusion. Through cultivating the mind using specific practices, we are able to restrain and eventually overcome the hindrances. As the hindrances are thus weakened, progressively deeper states of bliss and insight become available to us.
This evening programme will begin with half an hour guided meditation, followed by a Dhamma talk from Ajahn Brahmali. After the talk there will be an opportunity to ask questions.
Please aim to arrive at 6.30pm in order to register and settle in quietly.
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