Online Retreats & Teachings with Zoom

Become Your Own Therapist

Zoom Retreat with Venerable Jamyang

We have the illusion that we are free – that we can chose what we do with our life, what we eat, where we go, who we are with, and so forth. This is what we think, but in reality we are not free. When we learn to know our mind, we begin to understand that in actuality we are controlled by our attachment.

Due to our attachment our mind is uncontrolled. We have expectations that are not in accordance with reality; we project our beliefs onto the world and think that this is reality itself. We keep looking for satisfaction in material objects even though we know we cannot find it there. By following our attachment we create many problems for ourselves and others.

Weekend 1 – The teachings will be on how to analyse the mind, and where to look for what is helpful and what is not. 

Weekend 2 – The teachings will be on how to engage differently. for a happier life.

While it is naturally more beneficial to participate in all of the teachings it is not a requirement, you can attend each session individually.

We are asking those taking part in the online sessions to please consider making offerings to the Centre, the suggested amount is $10 per session, but  any amount is very much appreciated. We do not wish financial hardship to be a barrier to you taking part in the teachings.

Schedule

23 May – Saturday NZST 2 pm to 4 pm

24 May – Sunday NZST 2 pm to 4 pm

6 June – Saturday NZST 2 pm to 4 pm

7 June – Sunday NZST 2 pm to 4 pm

Click the Register NOW button, complete the form and we will email you information on how to join the teaching on ZOOM.

Lama Yeshe said: “Knowing our own mind is the solution for our problems.”

In this course you will learn about the chattering voices in your head and how to relate to them skillfully. We will discuss the nature of the mind and how the mind works. You will receive tools to develop your ability to examine your mind. When you understand your mind, control follows naturally. Self-analysis is like shining a light on our inner world; it opens the way to genuine freedom.