Meditation evening: Imagining Inner Peace
  • Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth University

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Explore your personal potential with this talk and guided meditation from Kadam Ben Seel, Resident Teacher at Ashoka Buddhist Centre in Plymouth.

A mind at peace is a contented, happy mind. In our everyday lives moments of peace and feelings of well-being may arise but how do we create the causes for a more general improvement in our experience? Everything starts with the imagination...

Date: Tuesday 16 May
Time: 19:00–20:30
Venue: Peninsula Arts Gallery
Ticket information: £4/£3 (including refreshments). Discounts available via the Artory App and free to Plymouth University students via SPiA


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