‘Understanding Past and Future Lives’

Half Day Course with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Leksang ~  recording available till Saturday 26th September

understanding past and future lives

Who am I, and where did I come from? What am I doing here? Where am I going? What does it mean to be alive? These are some of the questions we will be exploring in this course.

Buddha explained that our mental continuum is perpetual, a ceaseless cycle of consciousness; whereas our physical bodies are exceedingly fragile and impermanent. In reality, we are travellers bound for our future lives. This world is not our eternal home. By understanding the nature of our mind and consequently the existence of past and future lives, we will gain a broader and wiser perspective on our life and on what comes next.

Through gaining insights into these fundamental Buddhist beliefs we become more peaceful, live with greater purpose and chart a course for future happiness and success.

Course Fee: £15 (£9 concession*), free for members, members plus, FP plus and benefactors

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Recording

'Understanding Past and Future Lives' recording

To watch the recording: once you purchase the recording you will be redirected to a page containing the recording itself. If this does not happen then please contact us via education@meditateinbirmingham.org

*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.