- July 20, 2017
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
STOP WORRYING, START LIVING
talk on meditation and mindfulness with special guest teacher Kadam Lucy James
THURSDAY 20 JULY
7 – 8.30PM
Do you ever feel like you’re swimming against the tide of life? Perhaps not living your life to the full as you are anxious about what may be lurking around the corner? On this course, Kadam Lucy will explain how we can become flexible and go with the flow by recognising that the things we hold onto and worry about are in a state of constant change. The more we live within the experience of the truth of impermanence, the more we can reduce our mental clinging, relax, and let go. This course of talks and practical meditations, suitable for everyone, will help free our minds from stress and worry so that we can really come to enjoy our life!
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Kadam Lucy James, who is also the principal teacher of Kadampa Buddhism in Colorado. She is a close disciple of the founder of our Buddhist tradition, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, having first met him in 1981 and worked closely with him.
One of the senior teachers of Kadampa Buddhism, Kadam Lucy has taught extensively in England, Florida, and San Francisco, and helped set up many thriving Buddhist meditation centers in the past 35 years. She is regularly invited to teach courses around the United States and United Kingdom due to her skill in presenting both simple and profound subjects with great clarity.
Her main job for many years was also to help edit and produce Geshe Kelsang’s books. Until quite recently, she was on a long meditation retreat.
Kadam Lucy is appreciated for her deep experience, clear mind, and inspiring yet practical presentation of Buddha’s teachings and meditations, showing how to make these immediately effective in our modern daily lives.
THE COST OF THE TALK IS £10
THIS COURSE IS FREE TO BENEFACTORS
This course is likely to be very popular so reserve your place online.
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