Breaking Bad Habits
VENUE – Old Colwyn Community Centre, 153 Llanelain Road, Old Colwyn, LL29 8UW
Tuesdays 7 – 8:30pm
November 5 – December 10
Price – £30/course when booked in advance or £6/class (pay on the door)
with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Leksang
Learn how to let go of unhelpful mental habits by training in meditation.
We can often get stuck in unhelpful mental grooves, meditation helps us become unstuck.
Week 1 – Finding fulfilment and purpose in every day
Week 2 – The confidence to change
Week 3 – Letting go of blame and guilt
Week 4 – A remedy for procrastination and discouragement
Week 5 – Taming the mind
Week 6 – Freedom from fear
Everyone is welcome to this Meditation Course. You can drop in or book the whole course in advance.
Each week you will learn ancient wisdom perfect for solving the problems of modern times.
- Meditations suitable for everyone
- Practical advice on how to keep a happy mind in difficult circumstances
- Mindfulness to improve the power of your meditation
The teacher will encourage you to think about your own practical experience to increase your happiness, by developing positive states of mind, such as patient acceptance and cherishing love, invaluable in helping us solve our daily problems.
These classes encourage you to use daily life in the most meaningful way, by transforming ordinary experiences into the path to inner peace and happiness, through meditation and practical wisdom. Classes include:
- two guided meditations
- a short talk on how to keep a peaceful mind in daily life
- a chance to ask questions
Gen Kelsang Leksang is an ordained Buddhist nun who has been studying and teaching under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over 16 years. She has been appointed by Venerable Geshe-la as the Resident Teacher of Kalpa Bhadra Kadampa Buddhist Centre. Gen Leksang teaches from her experience of practicing Buddha’s teachings in every day life which makes them very accessible and relevant to everyone. She is appreciated for her kind and joyful approach and her sincere example.
What is Modern Buddhism? Modern Buddhism is a transformative meditation programme rooted in the thousand-year-old lineage of Kadampa Buddhism. It is presented for each and every person in order to help them practically solve their problems and reach their potential for lasting inner peace.
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