Are you sure?
Led by Martin Evans
Are you sure? is a question we hold up as a mirror to the mind – to whatever comes up. We are not looking for an answer to the big questions of life – nor are we trying to cultivate doubt or confusion about the day to day decisions we have to take in life – it is a question we use to hold up as a mirror to the mind. It is a way of disentangling our conditioned ways of thinking, by turning to face the mind head on – and not turning away. Instead of tightening the knots by believing in the stories the mind creates, the knots are loosened and ultimately shake out completely, and the mind becomes at ease, through understanding.
Structure to the day
The day will start with an optional early morning sitting meditation. You can start joining us at 6am and the morning puja and meditation will be from 6.30-7.30am
Then we will have a break for breakfast and restart the main programme for the day at 9.25am which will start with a short orientation talk at 9.35 am. The day finishes at 4.30pm.
The day includes periods of guided and silent meditation practice with a break around midday, followed by reflections on the theme and Q & A.
You can download a more detailed programme here
Those new to Buddhism or to this tradition are welcome.
Booking is required for online Days of Practice during these times of social distancing. We will email you an online registration form few days before the day. Please let us know your email address if you would like to receive it, [email protected].
Joining on the day and further guidance
Further instructions on online days of practice can be found here