The Good Heart

Day Course

The Good Heart

Day Course

The Good Heart

–  how to be kind to our self and others

Let’s be clear – thinking is necessary. We all need to think, reflect, understand, make decisions and so on. Sometimes however, our thoughts become circular, negative, stuck or unclear. We may have a tendency to overthink and find it difficult to ‘switch off’- which can be exhausting and unproductive.

Practising Buddha’s timeless instructions on meditation helps us to balance our thoughts and feel calmer in our busy, often over-stimulated lives. Join us to learn methods to gain mental clarity and freedom from overthinking.

The Good Heart

–  how to be kind to our self and others

Let’s be clear – thinking is necessary. We all need to think, reflect, understand, make decisions and so on. Sometimes however, our thoughts become circular, negative, stuck or unclear. We may have a tendency to overthink and find it difficult to ‘switch off’- which can be exhausting and unproductive.

Practising Buddha’s timeless instructions on meditation helps us to balance our thoughts and feel calmer in our busy, often over-stimulated lives. Join us to learn methods to gain mental clarity and freedom from overthinking.

When

Saturday 1st October

10am to 4pm

Price

£17

Free for membership levels: standard, study and benefactor

Where

In-person at KMC Wales and Online with catch up available for 7 days

Course Structure

Course consists of guided meditations together with teachings relating to the course title. Suitable for everyone

Guest Teacher
Gen Kelsang Leksang

Gen Leksang has been studying under the guidance of the meditation master venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for  20 years. She is an experienced teacher and is currently the resident teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Birmingham.

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.