How to deepen our Faith in Buddha

Saturday 10 November | 10.30am-5pm

About the Course

Join us for this inspirational once in a lifetime event as we mark the public opening of Kadampa Meditation Centre Edinburgh’s first commercial space in the vibrant heart of Scotland’s capital city.

For Buddhists, faith in Buddha Shakyamuni is our spiritual life. For Modern Kadampas we can learn to continually improve faith in Buddha through the special method of engaging in ‘The Liberating Prayer‘.

Gen-la Dekyong will explain how to use this prayer to make a strong connection with Buddha and have our life transformed by his protection and blessings.

Timetable:

9.30-10.30am: Registration

10.30-12 noon: Session 1 (Teaching)

2-3.30pm: Session 2 (Teaching)

4.15-5pm: Session 3 (Meditation)

About the Teacher

Gen-la Kelsang Dekyong, General Spiritual Director of the NKT- IKBU, is a modern Buddhist nun dedicated to helping people from all walks of life attain lasting happiness through developing inner, mental peace. She has been a student of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over 35 years and is a highly experienced international teacher of Buddhism. She is loved and respected throughout the world for the sincerity of her practice and the power of her wisdom and compassion.

Venue & Time

Date: Saturday 10 November
Time: 10.30am-5pm
Venue: Kadampa Meditation Centre Edinburgh, 172 Leith Walk, EH6 5EA

Cost & Booking Info

Bookings at present are for the main meditation hall. When this reaches capacity bookings will be allocated to the video-link area.

Fee: £30. Save £10 by booking online! 

*Please note this does not include food or refreshments.

*You don’t need a Paypal account to book online. Just ‘check out as a guest’.

Please note that on Friday 9th of November there will be a ribbon cutting & blessing ceremony

If you wish to attend please email us on education@meditateinedinburgh.org to reserve your place!

Accomodation options

Edinburgh has a huge variety of accomodation options available to suit all budgets due to it being a highly popular tourist destination.
Leith Walk is one of the busiest bus routes in Edinburgh and is easily accessible from all areas. When considering your accomodation choices it’s helpful to check this online journey planner https://www.lothianbuses.com/live-travel-info/journey-planner/
Here are just a few examples of available accomodation. For more options and up to date availability details please check Trivago.co.uk
£28/night – Edinburgh Central Youth Hostel (Dormitory room) Within easy walking distance of KMCE
£35 – £55/night – Merith House Hotel – Within easy walking distance of KMCE
£42/night – Edinburgh House Hostel (Single room) Within easy walking distance of KMCE
£49/night – Adelphi Hotel – Within easy walking distance of KMCE
£56 – £75/night Park View Hotel – Within easy walking distance of KMCE
£60/night – McCrae’s B&B
£68/night – Premier Inn – Edinburgh East
£75/night – Premier Inn – Leith Waterfront
£95/night – Britannia Edinburgh Hotel EH4 3DG
£96/night – Waterfront Apartment – Leith Shore
£112/night – Riverside Nest Apartment – Leith Shore