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Creating Kindness: The Shambhala Warrior Prophecy

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What is it?
Creating Kindness are a series of thought-provoking, creative workshops delivered in partnership with Norfolk and Waveney Mind.

There is a Tibetan Legend that says:

‘There comes a time when all life on Earth is in danger. Barbarian powers have arisen. Although they waste their wealth in preparations to annihilate each other, they have much in common: weapons of unfathomable devastation and technologies that lay waste the world. It is now, when the future of all beings hangs by the frailest of threads, that the kingdom of Shambhala emerges.’ 

The legend goes on to say that the powers of destruction are manomaya (mind-made) and can be dismantled by the human mind.

What will I get from taking part?
In this workshop, we will explore the Shambhala Warriors’ weapons of Compassion and Insight, through simple and accessible tasks. We will evoke an embodied realisation of the tools of the Shambhala Warriors- compassion for all beings and insight into the interconnected nature of all things.

Who is leading the project?
The workshop will be led by somatic health practitioner, Jenny Haycocks.

Do I need any particular skills or experience to take part?
No experience is needed to take part; this workshop is suitable for all adults to explore their creativity and self-connection.

I have additional needs, what support is available?
If you have any questions, or comments on how we can adapt the session to suit your needs, please get in touch:

Important information

Age recommendation: 18+

£8 per person

Date: Tue 21 May

Time: 6 – 7:30pm

Venue: Stage Two, Studio 1

Take Part Activities, Guidance and Terms & Conditions

Activities are dependent on minimum numbers participating, in the event that we need to cancel due to low participant numbers, a full refund will be given. We are unable to offer refunds in other circumstances.

We work hard to ensure best practise and the safety of all who attend our activities. To do this we have a number of policies and procedures in place to support our participants and visitors.

Please take a moment to read our Terms and Conditions ,Participants Guidance and associated policies. Alternatively paper copies are available at our reception in Stage Two

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