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Impermanence: A Buddhist Perspective | Nov 26
November 26 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pmFree – £15.00
Impermanence: a Buddhist Perspective
Sunday 26 November
with Gen Kelsang Cho
About this course
So many people are experiencing grief right now and all of us will eventually have to face the loss of loved ones, as well as our own death. The Buddhist understanding of death and dying is enormously beneficial. It is based on understandings from those who have directly experienced the indestructible nature of consciousness in meditation and it has been affirmed through many generations of practitioners.
On this course Gen Cho will explain the life-enhancing meditation on death. Gaining experience of this meditation will enable us to not only deal skilfully with our grief but also help those who are dying or have died. In particular it will allow us to acknowledge our own impermanence and transform the truth of our death into a life-enhancing energy that will empower us to truly make the most of our lives, to live and die joyfully and meaningfully.
After the course there will be an optional walk to the Glasgow Necropolis leaving at 2pm (weather permitting).
Date, time & schedule
Sunday 26 November | 10.30-1.30pm
10.30 – 11.45am Session 1
12.15 – 1.30pm Session 2
Refreshments are available between sessions.
2pm Optional walk to the Glasgow Necropolis (weather permitting).
Kadampa Meditation Centre Glasgow, 78 Hutcheson Street, Glasgow, G1 1SH
£15 | free for members
Gen Kelsang Cho is our acting principal teacher and Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Rome. He has been practising for over 20 years under the guidance of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. His clear and joyful teachings are an inspiration to all.