However, to try to provide you with an on-going service during this time, we are doing our best to keep everyone in touch via online activities.
We are holding two meditation sessions, on Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7.30pm, and these are open to anyone who would like to join us. We are using Zoom and all you need to do to take part is to email us at email@example.com and we will send you the instructions and the links you will need. Be assured, Zoom is really easy to use. We will also be continuing with our regular Chenrezig and Green Tara pujas but these too will be online. At present they are held on Sunday mornings and Monday evenings and we can link you up to these also.
Thubten visits KSD Highlands on a regular basis to help us develop Compassion-based Mindfulness, meditation and Buddhist teachings. He wrote much of his Sunday Times bestseller at Loch Ness and held his Scottish launch overlooking the famous loch last year. The book is available for home delivery from Waterstones online or on Amazon where you can obtain it as an audiobook or on Kindle.
To see some of Gelong Thubten's online talks, please go to our Links page
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