A meditation workshop
Saturday 28 May | 10am -1pm
About the event
‘We often say “My mind, my mind” but if someone asks us “What is your mind?” we would be hard pushed to answer.
In this course we will explore Buddhist insights into the nature and function of the mind and learn how to use the creative power of our mind to create the experiences we wish for.
As happiness and suffering are states of mind, if we are to find the happiness we seek an understanding of our mind is essential. Through learning how our mind works, we can begin to bring our mind under control, and in this way improve the quality of our life, both now and in the future.
DATE: Saturday 28 May | 10am – 1pm
This class is available in-person or online (live-streamed. The class will then be available to view for 5 days to those who have purchased to watch online)
Venue & Parking
Kadampa Meditation Centre
Parking available nearby
Course Fee & Booking
£20/ person. Save £5 by booking online in advance.
Free for standard and benefactor members
What will each session consist of?
Guided by an experienced meditation teacher, this course includes guided meditations and teaching.
What if I’m new to this?
Everyone is welcome to participate in this course and will benefit both new and experienced people alike.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will happily help you with your query.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Richard Brown is a Kadampa Buddhist teacher with many years of teaching experience.
Richard’s friendly, engaging teaching style and clear presentation inspire people from all walks of life to find happiness and solve problems through the practice of modern Buddhism.