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Midweek Meditation Class with Kadampa Teacher Geoff

‘We often say, “My mind, my mind”, but if someone were to ask us, “What is your mind”, we would have no correct answer. This is because we do not understand the nature and function of the mind correctly.’ Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. 

 

As happiness and suffering are states of mind, if we are to find the happiness we seek, an understanding of our mind is essential. By 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.

 

This midweek meditation class is based on the book  How to Understand the Mind, by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.  It is a practical guide that offers deep insights into the nature and functions of the mind. Each week is self-contained with a different topic being taught. The class contains a talk, two guided meditations, a brief prayer and practical advice on how to integrate Buddha’s teachings into our daily life.  

 

Starting Wed 6 Jan 

 

Wed 6th – Introduction to Our Mind   

 

Wed 13th – What is Our Mind   

 

Wed 20th – Are you Awake or Are you Dreaming?  

 

Wed 27th – What type of Mind do You have ? 

 

Wed 3rd Feb – How we experience Daily Life 

 

Wed 10th – How easy is it to Focus ?   

 

Starting Wed 24 Feb 

 

Wed 24th – Best Parts of Our Natural Mind   

 

Wed 2nd March – Sorting Out Our Inner Problems 

 

Wed 9th – Where do our Problems come From? 

 

Wed 16th – How Problems show Themselves   

 

Wed 23rd – How we can Change for the Better

 

Classes start at 7pm.

Bookings should be made by 6pm.

Links will be sent out via email by 7pm.

 

Everyone is welcome.

 

75 mins

 

Cost £4.50

* Free for centre card holders.

 

Available for 48 hours.

 

Please book here:

 

 

* There is also the option to subscribe to a temporary monthly centre card for £30 which entitles you to join all regular classes as well as any short courses and workshops.

 

Please note: This does not include special events

 

To subscribe please see here