Meditations for a Kind Heart: Taking Away Suffering
April 22 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
|Free – £6
Anyone can meditate: it’s easy to learn and simple to do. This series is perfect for beginners and for experienced meditators. Each week you’ll learn a different meditation from the Meditations for a Kind Heart series, based on the illuminating books of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.
These simple guided meditations that can be practised by anyone. With regular practice, they will help to develop greater peace of mind and happiness, and to improve our relationships with others through learning to cherish others.
Our easy-to-access sessions are available online live at 7:30pm on Thursdays or via catch-up for a week, so you can watch them at a time that’s right for you.
Cost: £6 / free for members or book the series HEREfor £15
22nd April – Taking Away Suffering The second meditation is a practical meditation on compassion, which is a sincere wish to protect others from suffering. Using a special visualization, we increase the power of our good heart and develop the compassionate wish to take away others’ suffering.
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