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How to Truly Follow Your Heart

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Three-Day Seminar and Meditation in Adelaide

Adelaide, Sunday 10th to Tuesday 12th September

His Eminence the 7th Dzogchen Rinpoche says the speed and pace of modern life is making it hard for people to live with confidence and clarity, and it's crucial to understand the contrast between mind and heart if we want to make good decisions and lead a happy and fulfilled life.

In this Seminar Dzogchen Rinpoche will explain how we can recognise if we are truly following our heart and what the tremendous benefits are that come from it.

Attendees will also be taken through guided mindfulness and meditation practices to help focus and calm the mind. The ancient method of Dzogchen meditation allows the mind, body and energy to rest all at once. Scientific research shows that meditation will not only change our mind but also our brain to bring about lasting wellbeing.

With his natural, relaxed dignity, Dzogchen Rinpoche understands the challenges of modern life and is able to make the ancient and authentic Dzogchen methods of mindfulness and meditation accessible to everyone.

For seminar application forms call 0416 404 826 or email sa@shenpenaustralia.org

Dzogchen Rinpoche will also be in Adelaide on Friday 8th September at Payneham Library (2 Turner St, Felixstow) to give a public talk entitled 'Mind or Heart Which Can I Trust?'. Tickets are $25 ($20 concession) and can be purchased online at www.trybooking.com/DEDU

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