"Let then the man of wisdom do good deeds:
This is the treasure that pursues a man.
This is that treasure which to gods and men
Bringeth all manner of delights. By this
The things they long for may in truth be won."
~ Nidhikandha Sutta translated by Sangharakshita
The language of treasure, jewels and riches is found widely in Buddhist literature as a way to describe the qualities of life which we discover as we practise the Buddha's path to Enlightenment.
Exploring themes from the Nidhikandha Sutta on this weekend through talks, discussion, ritual and meditation, we will begin to reveal this mysterious treasure of the mind and see how practising the Buddha's teaching can truly enrich our life and the world around us.
The weekend starts at 6:30pm with dinner on the Friday and finishes after lunch on the Sunday at about 2:30pm.