- DEALING WITH UNCERTAINTY AND CHANGE
January 19, 2019
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
DEALING WITH UNCERTAINTY AND CHANGE
with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Leksang
Saturday 19th January – 10.30 – 1pm
There are few things that are certain in life. One thing that is certain is that everything changes. We can be deeply resistant to change and this can give rise to much anxiety and sadness. By contemplating and meditating on Buddha’s teachings on impermanence, we can learn to accept and actually embrace change. Rather than feeling anxious or sad we can learn to feel at peace with change and feel inspired by the endless possibility that it offers.
Suitable for beginners and everyone welcome. The half day course consists of two one hour sessions (10:30-11:30am & 12-1pm) which include guided meditations and a talk on the topic. There is a half hour break in the middle for refreshments. You are welcome to arrive from 9:45am
for pre-course refreshments and to stay after the course also to relax in the centre.
Gen Kelsang Leksang is a dedicated disciple of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. She has been studying and teaching for over fifteen years and was appointed by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche as the Resident Teacher at KMC Birmingham in 2008. She is loved for her gentle and joyful approach and her sincere example.
£13 advance booking or £15 on the day
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Venue Phone: 0121 643 3335
Venue Website: www.meditateinbirmingham.org
Unit 1 The Postbox, Commercial Street, Birmingham, B1 1RS
Commercial street is adjacent to The Mailbox and The Cube. Just 10 minutes walk from New Street station
Parking is available on neighbouring streets, also at a number of local car parks