‘The Power to Control How We Feel’

Half Day Course with Resident Teacher Kelsang Lhasang ~ recording available till Saturday, 25th July

the power to control how you feel

Sometimes we find it difficult to control our feelings and moods and especially to change them from negative to positive. Through meditation, however, we can learn to do this and in this way control the kind of person we are.

It can seem as if we are defined by our moods and feelings. If we are in a bad mood, for example, we become a certain type of person and behave in a particular way, but if we are in a good mood we are quite a different person and behave quite differently.

On this course we will learn how to control your moods and feelings through meditation; dealing with painful feelings constructively and transforming our experience using our wisdom understanings.

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.

Half day course format: two sessions each lasting an hour and a quarter


'The Power To Control How We Feel' recording

To Access the Recording: Once you have purchased the recording you will be directed to a page containing the recording. If this does not happen please contact us via education@meditateinbirmingham.org and we can send the link to you.

*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.