Lime House Yoga Studio, Mount
6.30 – 8pm followed by supper
February 1, 2019
A Journey Through the Forest
There are times when we may feel we are lost in life, unsure of our way, doubting ourselves and our ability to see a clear path that will lead us out of our difficulties. Ancient spiritual teachings draw on the symbolism of the forest to guide us through such times of challenge. Dante begins his famous work, The Inferno, with this line:
“Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark, for the straightforward pathway had been lost.”
Daunting as it may seem, finding ourselves in such a predicament is an opportunity for transformation. In Dante’s story, we see how only after facing his fears does he find his way out of the dark forest and back into the light in a kind of awakening.
In this session few will contemplate the symbolism of the forest in the context of spiritual teachings and explore tools for navigating our way through the difficult territory of our inner world. The evening will include a dharma talk (teachings), guided meditation and a light supper.
Lucinda was initiated into the practice of Vipassana meditation in 2000 at the Dhamma Dipa Centre with Goenkaji. Her other main influences are Insight Meditation and Thich That Hanh.
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Price: £24 – includes light supper.
To book your place go to limehouseyoga.com