The Northern Ireland Interfaith Forum and Immeasurable Minds, Belfast in partnerships with Plum Village, Bordeaux are delighted to announce this free public talk on Thursday 14 April.
In the hectic lives we lead it is very easy to get caught up in the day to day eventualities. Between going over what happened yesterday to worrying about and planning for tomorrow we can sometimes forget about enjoying today. The practice of mindfulness is about being present and awake to each moment of our daily lives.
This talk entitled ‘Living deeply, living truly’ will give us the opportunity to look at ways in which we can improve the quality of our lives and that of those around us by listening deeply and paying attention to how we live. The session will be presented by Sister Tue Nghiem(Sister Insight) and her colleagues from Plum Village. Sister Tue Nghiem is a Senior Dharma Teacher within the Plum Village Mindfulness tradition and lives her daily life practising mindfulness and leading mindfulness retreats around the world.
Tickets for this event are sure to sell out, after purchase the free ticket, if you realise you can’t make it please let us know so we can release more tickets to others. Thank you.
|Dates:||Thursday 14 April 2016|
|Times:||19.00 - 21.00|
|Location:||Rosemary Street Church, Belfast|
|Cost:||free but you must register|