Contemplations From The Liberating Prayer

A 4 week course Starting 20th November

With this beautiful prayer, which we recite at the beginning of all our classes, we make a deep connection with Buddha Shakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism in this world. It helps us to establish refuge in our heart, enabling us to receive powerful blessings that empower us with our spiritual practice, grow our good qualities, ripen our potential and heal our mind.

Through the profound words of this prayer we connect with the extraordinary qualities of enlightened beings and see how we can become just like them.

Everyone is welcome, Buddhist and non-Buddhist alike, Buddha’s blessings are for everyone!

‘The Liberating Prayer is not an ordinary prayer – It is like a text and has profound meaning. All Lamrim teachings – renunciation, bodhichitta, and correct view of emptiness are included in this prayer. I can say very few people understand the Liberating Prayer. It definitely needs verbal commentary by a Teacher. If we understand and contemplate its meaning – it is the best method to develop faith in Buddha and his teachings, which is our spiritual life and the root of all Dharma realisations.’
Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche

Week 1: A precious treasury of compassion

Week 2: A source of happiness and goodness

Week 3: The light of wisdom

Week 4: A supreme unchanging friend

4 week course – £20
Weekly drop in – £7
Centre card holders free

Click on the venue link for each class to book for the course:

Old School House Belper

Mondays 7 to 8:15 pm

Genesis Centre Alfreton

Mondays 7:30 to 8:45 pm

Chesterfield Library

Tuesday 1:30 to 2:30pm

Heart Jewel Centre Matlock Bath

Wednesdays 7:30 to 8:45 pm

Heart Jewel Centre Matlock Bath

Thursdays 11 am to 12 pm

For more information and to book

Please click the link above for the venue you are interested in

Or Pay by Monthly Centre Card

Save time and money. For £20/month receive access to all weekday classes

The general structure of the class:

  • The classes are organised as short courses, usually around 4 weeks long
  • You can attend the whole course or simply drop in whenever you can as each class is self-contained
  • Practical teaching on meditation and aspects of positive thinking (approx. 30 – 40 mins)
  • Guided meditation including relaxation (approximately 25 mins)
  • Advise on how to put the teachings into practise in daily life.