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Tuesday Evening

Meditation Classes

with Kelsang Chopel

When

Tuesdays
7.30-8.30pm

Teacher

Kelsang Chopel

Price

£4
Free for online membership

Where

Online Live Streamed with recording available for 7 days afterwards

Meditations to Heal Our Mind

One of the most highly revered masters in the Buddhist world, Venerable Atisha (982-1054 AD), gave the most beautiful, clear, and practical advice on how we can seize the essence of our precious human life, live a life of harmony and peace, and remain positive in the face of adversity.

In these weekly classes, re-starting 5th January 2021, Kelsang Chopel will be reflecting and meditating upon Atisha’s advice and how we can practically apply it in our busy modern lives. This is an ideal place to start if you’re new to meditation and Buddhism but is also very suitable for more experienced meditators.

These class are based on the famous Buddhist text “Atisha’s advice from the Heart”. This is available in a free eBook called “How To Transform Your Life“ which can be downloaded here.

Simply book below or find out more about our 30 day online membership package.

About the teacher

Kelsang Chopel

Kelsang Chopel is a Buddhist monk and has been practising meditation and Buddhism for ten years. He is much appreciated for his natural gentleness, honesty and the sincerity of his spiritual practice.

Upcoming Classes and booking options

These classes are included in our online membership package – to subscribe please click here. If you are a member please enter your voucher code at checkout to receive the relevant discount.

Tuesday, 4th May:

‘If you engage in many meaningless activities, your virtuous activities will degenerate; therefore stop activities that are not spiritual.’

Tuesday, 11th May:

‘It is completely meaningless to put effort into activities that have no essence.’

Tuesday, 18th May:

‘If the things you desire do not come, it is due to karma created long ago; therefore keep a happy and relaxed mind.’

Tuesday, 25th May:

‘Beware, offending a holy being is worse than dying; therefore be honest and straightforward’