Towards Contemplative Fluency: Workshop on Tibetan Buddhist Contemplative Practices
Saturday and Sunday, October 21 and 22, 2023
Hosted by the Centre of Buddhist Studies at the University of Hong Kong
See flyer with details and workshop program.
See also the program webpage.
LIMITED TO 50 PARTICIPANTS
Pre-registration is required by October 3, 2023
Certificate of Attendance will be issued by the HKU Centre of Buddhist Studies to those who complete the 2-day workshop.
In English, all are welcome. Send inquiries to [email protected].
This 2-day intensive workshop course is an in-depth slow think about how to make sense of Tibetan Buddhist contemplative practices in light of our multi-millennial contemplative human heritage. The workshop presents new models and methods for the study of meditation with case examples drawn from practices of attention, imagination, and embodiment. We will explore mindfulness, open awareness, visualization, dreaming and illusion, sense-making, and remedial practices. Participants will be introduced to basic building-blocks and underlying mechanisms to work towards contemplative fluency – a practical know-how sensitive to distinct skills, contexts, and potentials.