*What: Free Mindfulness Workshop with Young Buddhist Monks and Nuns*
Where: Chetwynd Room, King’s College, Cambridge CB2 1ST
When: 17 October 2012, 14:00 to 20:00
Why: In today’s busy world, we all experience the stress, pressures, and expectations of daily life – overconsumption, overwork, uncertainty and anxiety about the future. How can we touch peace and freedom in the midst of it all?
Young monks and nuns from Plum Village, students of world renowned Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, are coming to the UK in October 2012 to give training in mindfulness for young people.
On October 17th they will offer a free workshop from 2-8pm in the Chetwynd Room in King’s College. This mindfulness workshop offers us time and space to come together to disengage from all the busyness and begin to reclaim our freedom.
The monks and nuns from Plum Village will guide you through impressively simple and effective practices including sitting meditation, walking meditation, deep relaxation and eating meditation.
With the tools of mindfulness practice, we will learn how to stop and listen more deeply to ourselves and others, to explore what holds us back and what can make us more free.
If you know a thing or two about mindfulness, great. If you’re new to the
practice, even better. Just go to wkupuk.org to register.