- This event has passed.
Learning the Lessons of Lockdown | 4 July
July 4 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pmFree – £15
Learning the Lessons of Lockdown
Saturday 4 July Online
With Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Osung
About this course
We have faced an unprecedented situation globally which we didn’t wish for and would never have chosen, where our daily life has become almost unrecognisable.
So it may also seem paradoxical that only 8% of people in the UK apparently wish for things to go back to the way things were ‘before lockdown’.
It seems like this unusual situation has taught us so much about what really matters to us and what really makes us happy and gives our life meaning.
We may feel more connected to others, even though we have been isolated, more aware of and grateful for the services others provide.
We may feel more peaceful and happy even though we’ve been unable to access our usual activities.
And we may feel we have benefited immensely from having a life of less pressure and an opportunity to engage with life more simply.
So what does this mean for us as we emerge from lockdown?
How do we not forget these deep life changing experiences but use them to influence the way we live our lives going forward?
Join us for this half day course to see how we can apply our lockdown wisdom to our post lockdown life, staying connected to each other with gratitude and love, and consciously start to transform our world into a place we would all prefer it to be!
Everyone is welcome!
Date, time & schedule
Saturday 4 July | 10am-1pm
10 – 11.15am Session 1
11.45 – 1pm Session 2
How the course is run
When you sign up, you will receive a link to a video. The link will be sent to your email address on the day of the course and will remain valid for seven days. If you don’t receive an email, please check your junk folder, as it may have landed there!
Hard of hearing access
If you would like to receive subtitles, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
£15 | free for members
About the teacher
Gen Kelsang Osung is the Resident Teacher of KMC Glasgow. She has been studying under the guidance of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for 25 years. A modern Buddhist nun, she is loved for her joyful and inspiring presentation of Buddha’s teachings, clearly close to her heart.