‘White Tara Retreat’, Sunday 11th April, Internet Class

This live class features teachings & guided meditations from Gen Pagpa, the Resident Teacher in Preston.

‘White Tara Retreat’, Sunday 11th April, Internet Class


White Tara Guided Retreat

Following on from the empowerment on Saturday, Gen Pagpa will guide four retreat sessions on the practice of White Tara.

The sessions are 1 hour long and will feature prayers and guided meditations.

The live sessions will also be available to watch on YouTube videos over the following week for those who book.

White Tara is a female enlightened being whose function is to bestow long life, wisdom and good fortune. If we rely upon her with faith, she will protect us from contagious diseases, the dangers of fire, and other disasters, as well as from untimely death.

Ultimately she will guide us to the deathless state of Buddhahood.

This course is suitable for those who have had the empowerment, either the day before or at another time.

Timetable -

Sunday 11th April

9am - 10am Retreat Session 1

11am - 12noon Retreat Session 2

2pm - 3pm Retreat Session 3

5pm - 6pm Retreat Session 4


This live Zoom retreat is beamed directly to your computer, phone, or tablet.

Links are emailed to you after you book - just click on them to watch the class.

After the course, YouTube videos of the class will be emailed to all those who have booked. These will be available to watch over the following 7 days.


If you would like to attend in person, please contact the Centre for more details by calling (01772) 884919 or emailing mail@meditateinlancs.org.uk.


Gen Pagpa

Gen Pagpa

Resident Teacher

An English Buddhist Monk with over 20 years experience. His teachings are pratical and profund, and he has led many retreats at other Buddhist Centres around the country. Please enjoy this short video teaching.

By training in meditation, we create an inner space and clarity that enable us to control our mind regardless of the external circumstances.

Gradually we develop mental equilibrium, a balanced mind that is happy all the time, rather than an unbalanced mind that oscillates between the extremes of excitement and despondency.

If we train in meditation systematically, eventually we shall be able to eradicate from our mind the delusions that are the causes of all our problems and suffering.

In this way, we shall come to experience permanent inner peace.

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

'The New Meditation Handbook'

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