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Thursday 10 July 2014

Aro Ling Buddhist Centre - new programme

Aro Ling Buddhist Centre
Whitchurch, Cardiff

Aro is a Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhist tradition concerned with transforming our experience of everyday being. We aim to engender creativity & spaciousness, sincere determination & natural gallantry, cheerful courage & perceptive consideration. Our teachers are not monks or nuns, but ordained Tantrikas who live quite ordinary lives. The Aro teachings come to us from a lineage of enlightened women, including a female Tantric Buddha, Yeshé Tsogyel, and the visionary Lama, Aro Lingma. The Vajrayana path is suited to those who appreciate humour and seek to use their everyday circumstances as the path to realisation.

Meditation Group
Tuesdays 19:00 – 20:30

Weekly meditation group - all welcome.
Suggested donation £5

New programme of events starts in September:

Day-time, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays:
Tibetan Yoga and meditation

Thursday evenings: 
Courses on Vajrayana Buddhism

Saturday mornings:
Workshops, courses and retreats

Call in to Aro Ling during the day
Wednesday, Thursday or Friday:

  • for private meditation practice
  • to browse the library
  • to enjoy a quiet space
  • to have a cup of tea and a chat
For full details go to aro-ling.org, call in, or visit our Meetup and Facebook pages

aro.ling.cardiff@gmail.com  07092 010756
rear of 35 Merthyr Road, Cardiff, CF14 1DB

Aro Ling Cardiff is staffed by volunteers and will be open as indicated to the best of our ability.
All teachers are ordained practitioners. Aro Ling Cardiff is a not-for-profit organisation. Any profit is donated to the Buddhist Charity, Sang-ngak-chö-dzong, registered charity number 1019886.

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