A meditation event
York Kadampa Meditation Centre
Saturday 9 July, 2 -5pm
About the event
What is our response to the suffering and cruelty we see all around us in our world? Discouragement, fear, grief, rage …? When we find ourselves caught up in painful, overwhelming minds is there anything that we can do? Yes!
In this course, Kelsang Lekmo will explain and guide meditations on the astonishing practice known as ‘transforming adverse conditions into the path’. This is the practice we all need right now. Through this training, rather than feeling discouraged by all the problems and pain we see around us, and within us, we discover a capacity to turn that negativity on its head, and to actually use it to empower our mind. The result is that instead of feeling stuck and helpless, we experience an inner ability to transform suffering into powerful, positive states of mind, such as love, compassion and joy. This power enables us to not only grow spiritually, but also to exude a powerful positive influence on our world.
DATE: Saturday 9 July | 2 -5pm
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
Kelsang Lekmo is a Kadampa Buddhist nun with many years of teaching experience.
Lekmo’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.