In these unusual times, a lot of us are feeling more isolated than usual. As a result we’re suffering from loneliness, missing our connections with others. On this practical day course, in talks and meditations, we’ll discover how this perception of ourselves as separate from others is an illusion. In truth we are all naturally and profoundly interconnected. By learning to understand and feel this connection we’ll reduce our sense of isolation, allowing a natural closeness and authentic love for others to arise. Through this wisdom passed down from Buddha, we can transform our outlook on life, heal our relationships, and lay the foundation for universal love. This is the key to solving not only our own problems but those of our world as well.
Saturday 12th December
10.00am-11.15am then 12pm-1.15pm
£15.00 – free for members. Streamed Online live & now available as catch-up for 7 days
The teacher of this course is Gen Kelsang Jigme. Ordained as a monk in 1997 by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Gen Jigme has studied, practised and taught Kadampa Buddhism under Geshe Kelsang’s guidance in major Kadampa Centres throughout the UK for many years. He shows a humble, kind example as a practitioner and his clear explanations of Buddha’s teachings give us the confidence to practise them in our daily life.
Kadampa meditation is an oasis of calm in a busy world. I have learned so much, how to meditate. Thoughts are just thoughts, not facts and what I can do to improve my connection to the world we live in.
Made such a huge difference to my happiness and wellbeing
I love this place! I always feel refreshed and ready for my week ahead after attending a meditation class. Lovely place with lovely people.
Really enjoyed today’s retreat, lot to think about & changes to be made. Looking forward to going to more retreats & met some lovely people too