Mahamudra or the 'Great Symbol' is a form of meditative practice that is central to the teachings of the Kargyu school of Vajrayana Buddhism.
The Mahamudra method is highly suited to modern urbanized living. No matter what we are doing, no matter wherever we are, it is always possible to integrate the right way of viewing life into our daily activities.
The purpose of the forming the Mahamudra Meditation group at the Chaplaincy Centre is to provide the basis of a local, stable and supportive environment for the study and practice of the Vajrayana Buddhism.
Meeting fortnightly, each session will be organized into two parts, a teaching session followed by meditative practice.
Once the group is established, it is also hoped that regular day retreats can be organized along with visits to other major, national centres for Buddhist practice.