English Meditation Class
Tuesdays 7 – 8:30 pm
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It’s been a while now since we put on our masks, separated from each other, and said goodbye to our relatively free existence. Without our rituals of going to work, spending time with friends and family, and co-existing in shared spaces, most of us have had to adapt to a new, shrunken existence – the emotional toll is mounting. Everyday is starting to look the same and ‚Covid burnout‘ has become a very real thing.
How can we feel expansive, connected, and live from a place of possibility and optimism when there’s a sense of mass depletion and bleakness? Buddha shared specific teachings on how to respond to such challenging circumstances so that instead of taking us into a downward spiral they become the source of deep personal growth. By practicing these methods, our mental attitudes will shift and we will find that our difficult circumstances energize us and ultimately unlock our potential for real happiness, emotional freedom, love, wisdom and more.
Join for this series to learn how to begin living life as a spiritual adventure, in which both our challenges, as well as our joys become the very thing that enables us to grow.
3 January: Why this day matters
1 February: You have Buddha nature
15 February: Gratitude, encouragement and seize the day
1 March: Training the mind
15 March: How to tap into joyful energy
5 April: Life as a spiritual adventure
These meditation classes are open to everyone interested in meditation and in solving their problems.
Each evening offers the opportunity to follow guided meditations and listen to a teaching on how to practically improve our mind to find real happiness in our daily life.
The teachings are based on the books of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, who presents Buddha’s ancient wisdom in a modern day presentation, suitable for everyone to understand and practice.
At the end of the class there is time for discussion and questions.
Treat yourself to the peace and fulfillment meditation can offer.
Everyone is welcome!