Join us for this special Public talk with International Buddhist teacher Kadam Bridget Heyes on Thursday 22nd February and be inspired to make the most of your life and not waste it on negative emotions such as worry. In this talk you will learn practical, tried and tested techniques that will help you feel motivated to make the most of your life. You’ll also be guided through some calming and uplifting meditation.
Kadam Bridget Heyes is the National Spiritual Director for the United Kingdom and Ireland and a very experienced and inspiring teacher who has the ability to present Buddha’s teachings in such a way that we can all feel encouraged and empowered to practice them. We are delighted to be welcoming Kadam Bridget to Birmingham. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear her teach.
Book in-person or online and make your life happy and meaningful.
Course venue: Kadampa Meditation Centre Birmingham. 44 Blucher Street, Birmingham. B1 1QJ.
The center is conveniently located 8 minutes walk from New Street station and next to The Mailbox.
Do you find it easy for unhappy thoughts to take over? Have you noticed that the days of your life are passing by? Would you like to take charge of your life and not waste it on worry and other unhelpful emotions?
On this talk, international Buddhist teacher Kadam Bridget Heyes will explain practical and simple methods for stopping worry and other negative emotions – so you can make the most of your life.
You will learn practical techniques for moving your thoughts in a more constructive direction.
By doing this you can start to have more mental freedom and choose to have a more positive and peaceful mind. Since the quality of our thoughts actually determines the quality of our life, we can see what a difference this practice makes.
Join us for this what will be a really practical, helpful, and inspiring talk.
The course is great for beginners and those with experience
It will give you:
Kadam Bridget Heyes is the NKT-IKBU National Spiritual Director for the UK. She 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.
Sign up now and book your place
Thursday 22nd February 7-8.15 pm
Kadampa Meditation Centre Birmingham. 44 Blucher Street, Birmingham. B1 1QJ