Love without pain

£14.00

Saturday 18th February

10.30am – 1pm

with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Leksang

Kadampa Meditation Centre Birmingham. 44 Blucher Street, Birmingham. B1 1QJ

Do you find relationships are great when they’re good but ever so painful and stressful when they’re not?

This course will help you to understand the difference between love and attachment. Attachment is the root of all our pain and stress, whilst love is the source of all happiness and harmonious relationship.

It will include uplifting guided meditations and time to ask questions after the course.

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Description

Relationships are generally so important to us but they can also be the most challenging area of our life.

On this course, you will learn how relationships start in our mind and how by changing our own mind, we can improve our experience of relationships.

You will discover the root of all painful states of mind such as possessiveness, insecurity, irritation, resentment, and hurt is our attachment and will learn meditation tools to overcome it.

This course will provide you with a series of tools you can use to recognise the difference between love and attachment and you will learn how to cultivate your love and reduce your attachment.

Everybody is welcome to attend regardless of experience. The course will consist of practical teachings and short guided meditations that will give rise to a peaceful feeling in the mind and improve our ability to deal with stress.

Limited space, please pre-book.

The format

IN-PERSON

The teacher

The teacher of this workshop is Gen Kelsang Leksang, she has been an ordained Buddhist nun for 15 years. She has been studying under the guidance of the meditation master Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for about 20 years and was first appointed as Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Birmingham in 2007.

Known for her caring and positive manner, she has the ability to inspire people to improve their own lives by showing how Buddha’s teachings are relevant to the experiences of modern-day people.

When is it?

Saturday 18th February 10.30am – 1pm

Where is it?

Kadampa Meditation Centre Birmingham. 44 Blucher Street, Birmingham. B1 1QJ

What does it cost?

  • £14 advance booking (£15 on the door)
  • Or why not consider a membership which includes multiple weekly classes and weekend workshops for only £30/month?
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