Soulmaking dharma with Catherine McGee
12 September 2020 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
What is a Soulmaking Dharma?
Our Buddhist practice reveals to us that perception is empty and malleable and that we inevitably participate in making our world through the ways we sense and see. Understanding this, the soulmaking practitioner learns to open and tune their heart, body, imagination, desire and intellect to form an instrument for soulful perception: sensing and seeing self, others and world in ways that bring more beauty and meaningfulness, and that restore, open and expand senses of sacredness.
Here, the depths and subtleties of meditative practice, the particularities of the individual and their personal journeys, and the gifts, complexities and sufferings of our time can all find a place in a responsive, intelligent, and soulful Dharma.
Rooted in the Buddha’s teaching of emptiness, ethics and meditative training, Soulmaking Dharma teachings rest upon practices of samatha, metta,emptiness, and the emotional/energy body. The Soulmaking teachings are laid out in several hundred hours of Dharma talks by Rob Burbea and Catherine McGee. An online Foundations course can be found at
For experienced practitioners who have an open mind, a desire for knowing more beauty and sacredness and a practice that is well rooted in their body awareness.
TEACHER SUPPORT AND EVENT PRICES
Events at London Insight are offered in a spirit of generosity. The price you pay goes towards the running of the event but does not include any payment to the teachers for their teaching. Instead our teachers rely on the generosity of participants for their livelihood. You will be invited to make a financial contribution – click here for more information.
Standard: £32.00 – This covers our costs
Sponsor: £45.00 – A voluntary higher rate enabling us to offer supported rate places. This is also the door rate
Supported: £20.00 – For those unable to afford the standard rate
Please pay the sponsor rate if you can.
If you are unable to afford the supported rate please let us know. Further support is available for a number of places.
LUNCH: There is an on-site café at St Lukes or bring your own.
SEATING: Chairs and mats will be provided; bring your own cushion if you prefer to sit on the floor. Bear in mind the teacher will be sitting on a chair.
REGISTRATION: will open at 9.30am and the teachings will begin at 10.00am.
ACCESSIBILITY: All our venues are accessible to wheelchair users and have accessible toilets. If you need additional assistance to make use of these, including specially adapted facilities, please notify us in advance and we will endeavour to make the necessary arrangements. If you’re only able to attend an event with the assistance of a carer, we would be pleased to allow one to accompany you free of charge. Please notify us in advance so we can reserve a place for them.