The Scottish Dharma Celebration

The Stirling Court Hotel, University of Stirling, Scotland, FK9 4LA

Friday 1st February 2019 – Sunday 3rd February 2019

With Guest Teacher Kadam Bridget Heyes

Buddha Shakyamuni

Buddha Shakyamuni

Blessing Empowerment of Buddha Shakyamuni and Teachings on The Four Noble Truths

About the Weekend

Join us for an inspirational event with special guest teacher, Kadam Bridget Heyes. During this weekend, we have the opportunity to receive the blessing empowerment of Buddha Shakyamuni which is a beautiful guided meditation that helps us to make a special connection with Buddha and receive his powerful blessings so that we can discover the true source of lasting happiness.

Kadam Bridget will give a commentary to Buddha’s very first teaching “The Four Noble Truths”. This teaching is as relevant and alive today as it was when first given, revealing how to permanently solve our human problems and experience a deep sense of happiness in our daily life.

The Scottish Dharma Celebration is a special weekend event dedicated to world peace, and includes inspiring teachings, profound meditations, and time to rest and reflect with like-minded individuals.

Everyone is welcome!

Book by 15 November for our early-bird discount!

Prices include all teachings and empowerment, ensuite accommodation & all meals and refreshments over the weekend. Pre-booking is essential.

Kadam Bridget Heyes

Kadam Bridget Heyes

About the Teacher

The weekend will be led principally by international meditation teacher, Kadam Bridget Heyes, the UK National Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition and Resident Teacher of Nagarjuna Kadampa Meditation Centre at Thornby Hall in Northamptonshire. Kadam Bridget is a senior student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, and is known for her powerful teachings, compassionate heart, and deep understanding of Buddha’s wisdom advice. Her teachings are exceptionally clear and she presents profound ideas in a way that are easy to practise and integrate into daily life.  As a mother of two, she has a special insight into how to bring Buddhism alive to meet the demands of a busy modern life. Kadam Bridget shows an inspiring example for everyone on the spiritual path.

About the Venue

Located within the picturesque grounds of the University of Stirling and with stunning views of the iconic Wallace Monument, the Stirling Court Hotel is a hidden gem. Set in 300 acres of beautiful parkland, the Stirling Court Hotel is just 10 minutes drive from Stirling city centre. The hotel offers leisure facilities, including a 50-metre pool, a modern gym and 9-hole golf course within the grounds.

“Gateway to the Highlands”, the historic Medieval city of Stirling is conveniently located in central Scotland, 29 miles from Edinburgh Airport and 35 miles from Glasgow Airport.

Date:
(Friday – Sunday) February | 1-3