Next Event: Learn to Meditate Workshop

Thursday Evening Class
Price varies | Free for members

Starting August 14, 2023Thursdays 7 - 8.15pm

Thursday Evening Courses

with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Tubchen

Meditation for Busy People

9, 16, 23, 30 Jan | Thursdays 7.00 – 8.15pm

It is common to feel too busy to find time to relax or take care of ourselves properly. In this 4 week course discover how even a short meditation practice frees up time, brings energy and creates mental space and perspective.

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Becoming the Person you Want to Be

6, 13, 20, 27 Feb | Thursdays 7.00 – 8.15pm

We all want to be our best self and help others, but often we are unable to take things in a positive direction. In these courses it will be shown how we can discover our limitless capacity for happiness and mental freedom using the power of meditation and visualisation.

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About these classes

The classes will allow you to unwind your mind and return home relaxed and refreshed. They will provide you with new tools for dealing with stress, anxiety, and problems. They will also help you to overcome negative states of mind such as anger and jealousy, and to cultivate positive minds such as patience and love.

Each class Includes two guided meditations and a short talk. Drop in to any class or book a short course. Everybody welcome!

Location
Kadampa Meditation Centre Glasgow, 78 Hutcheson Street, Glasgow G1 1SH

Day & time
Tuesdays 7.00 – 8.15pm
See course details above for dates.

Price
pre-book : 3 wk course £15 | 4 wk course £20
drop-in: £7 per class on door
members: free | members are required to book

Gen Kelsang Tubchen

Gen Kelsang Tubchen is the Resident Teacher of KMC Glasgow and has been a Buddhist nun since 2003. An inspiring and gifted teacher, she is loved for her clear, powerful and practical teachings and her deep experience of retreat.

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“When the turbulence of distracting thoughts subsides and our mind becomes still, a deep happiness and contentment naturally arises from within.” – Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

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