Make Happiness a Habit


Saturday 13th January 

10 am – 1 pm 

With Gen Kelsang Leksang 

On this Saturday morning workshop, you will learn how to develop habits of mind that will bring you true happiness and contentment and protect you from pain and stress. 

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

The course will include guided meditations and practical advice for reducing cravings and developing peace of mind. There will also be opportunities to ask questions. 

Everybody welcome 

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About the course

The new year is a great time for change. However, often we find that our resolutions don’t amount to much and before long we find ourselves slipping into well worn grooves of our old habits. 

On this course we will learn how we can cultivate mental habits that will improve our life and our ability to make good choices in life. 

The day will include guided meditations, teachings, discussion and time for Q&A 

Discover how you can: 

  • Learn how to make happiness a habit 
  • How to transform your mind with meditation 
  • Enjoy cultivating many beautiful qualities in your own mind 

The format 

In-person and live-streamed for members 

The teacher 

The teacher of this class is Gen Kelsang Leksang. She has been an ordained Buddhist nun for 16 years. she has been studying under the guidance of the meditation master Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over 20 years and was first appointed as Resident Teacher at KMC Birmingham in 2007.  

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

When is it? 

Saturday 13h January 10 am  – 1 pm 

What does it cost? 

£20 (£16 advance booking) 


KMC Birmingham. 44 Blucher Street, Birmingham. B1 1QJ 


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