Mind, Reactive and Creative – Buddhism Course

Tuesday 22nd February 2022
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Led by Vajrashura and Prasannadeva

A six-week practical online course in creativity

One of the Buddha’s key insights is that our state of mind conditions our thoughts, which in turn condition our actions, and thereby our world.

This course explores the idea that the mind operates in two very different ways, and that the spiritual life is essentially a movement from one to the other. We have the choice of being either reactive or creative, not just once, but at every moment. We investigate just what that means in our own lives, looking at ways in which we can become less reactive and more creative, with a combination of teaching, discussion, meditation and practical exercises.

The path to Enlightenment, then, is one of ever-increasing creativity, and we look at one of the Buddha’s teachings in which he describes a sequence of ever-increasing creative states of mind, all the way to Enlightenment.

Participants will receive the ebook Mind, Reactive and Creative as part of the course.

This course will be run on Zoom. All our online events are offered for free but you might consider making a donation to help us to continue to provide classes. We suggest you consider a donation of €120 for the six weeks of the course.

Suitable for: Anyone interested in Buddhism and meditation, and who wants to open up to full creative potential of the mind.

 
 

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