- MEDICINE FOR THE MIND
April 27, 2019
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
MEDICINE FOR THE MIND
with Resident Teacher Kelsang Lhasang
Saturday 27th April – 10.30am – 1pm
On this course we will explore our own mind. Learn how our mind is very much the creator of our experience. We will learn about the different parts of our mind that determine whether we perceive things as pleasant, unpleasant or neutral. By learning how our mind works in this way, we can see that if we don’t like what we are experiencing, we can change it simply by changing our mind.
Everyone is welcome to join us for this course which will provide an invaluable insight into how to reduce our unhappiness and stress and develop a more peaceful, happy mind.
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.
Kelsang Lhasang was appointed by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche as the Resident Teacher of KMC Birmingham. She is a dedicated disciple, and has been studying and practising meditation and Modern Kadampa Buddhism for over ten years. She has taught both in the UK and Australia. She has successfully completed the six month Intensive Resident Teacher Training Course at Manjushri KMC. She is well known for her sincere good heart, working to enable people to solve their daily problems.
£13 advanced booking or £15 on the day. Free to members and benefactors
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Commercial street is adjacent to The Mailbox and The Cube. Just 10 minutes walk from New Street station
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