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Restoring the Balance, with Clive Holmes

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7 Nov 2020 to 8 Nov 2020
10:00am to 4:00pm



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Teacher: Clive Holmes
Anyone is welcome to attend this event!

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Based on the principles of the book "Restoring the Balance" by Akong Rinpoche, this course is suitable for all those who seek a better quality of life.

“Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional” - there will be presented a range of practices to help us accept painful circumstances with kindness and compassion, whilst challenging our habits of suffering unnecessarily.

Life is hard! On the outside we may seem very well but our inner life can be unnecessarily unhappy. We can restore balance to our inner life if we find out who we truly are, our true nature. We can slow down and inwardly, at least, find balance.

Alongside these teachings, there will be some instruction on coordination and how it is so important for our lives. The other subject will be impermanence and how to be flexible and adaptable rather than rigid and easily upset by change.

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