- HOW TO REDUCE ANXIETY AND WORRY
November 16, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
HOW TO REDUCE ANXIETY AND WORRY
An evening talk with special guest teacher Kadam Bridget Hayes
Thursday 16th November – 7 – 8pm
This event is likely to be very popular so early booking is highly recommended.
£10 – You DO NOT need a Paypal account to pay
About the talk
In these times of uncertainty, anxiety is a common experience. Worry and anxiety can so easily rob us of our mental peace and prevent us from living our life to the full. Meditation makes the mind calm and still, and gives us the space get some perspective on our worries. From that experience of inner peace, we can learn to cultivate an inner strength and stability.
in this talk, Kadam Bridget will explain simple and reliable methods to reduce anxiety and worry using meditation and mindfulness.
About the teacher
Kadam Bridget is the National Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition in the UK.She teaches throughout the UK and internationally.
Kadam Bridget is known for her powerful teachings, compassionate heart, and deep understanding of Buddha’s wisdom advice. Her teachings are exceptionally clear and she presents profound ideas in a way that are easy to practice and integrate into daily life. As a mother of two, she has a special insight into how to bring Buddhism alive to meet the demands of a busy modern life. Kadam Bridget shows an inspiring example for everyone on the spiritual path.
£10 – You DO NOT need a Paypal account to pay – all cards accepted.
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