Dealing with people is such a big part of our lives. So what happens when we find others difficult to live or work with? So often our priorities differ, our opinions clash, conflicts can build and we can feel like another person is making us stressed and miserable.
Buddha explains some clear methods for taking control back and realising that we can change our relationship with others by changing the way we view them.
On this course, we will explore some powerful meditations for viewing others more constructively that will enable us to respond to what they do more effectively. Practising and becoming familiar with these meditations give us the freedom to be at peace regardless of how others behave.
- Join the class as a live streaming event – please note bookings for the live class will close 30 minutes before the start time
- Watch the recorded version – this will need to be purchased and viewed within 48 hours of the original streamed course.
Please select the required option below.
Course Fee: £15 (£9 concession*), free for members, members plus, FP plus and benefactors
To find out about the benefits of membership and the different options please click here.
Session times for the live stream: session I: 10am to 11.15am, session II: 11.45am to 1pm
Booking for the recording will be available after the live stream
Instructions on connecting to online classes – please click here
*Concessions: to reflect our wish to make these meditation classes as accessible as possible during these difficult times, we are providing this reduced class fee for those who need it. In return, we ask that you consider carefully whether this applies to you, recognising that all income generated goes towards our continued ability to provide these classes and enable our Centre to function.
Kind Request: please be aware that these sessions are intended for people living within the West Midlands region. If you have a Kadampa Centre closer to you we ask you to please support them instead. In this way all our Centres will still be here to serve their communities when this difficult period comes to an end. Thank you.