Overcoming Stress | 1, 8, 15, 22 Oct
October 1 @ 7:00 pm - October 22 @ 8:30 pmFree – £20
In Person & Online
1, 8, 15 & 22 October
With Gen Kelsang Osung
Thursdays 7-8.15pm | 1, 8, 15, 22 October
How the course is run
You can attend these classes either in person or online. If you sign up for an online class, a link will be sent to your email address 24 hours after the live class and will remain valid for seven days. For in person classes, please pre-book a ticket for each day you wish to attend.
About this course
So many people suffer from a sense of overwhelm by the stress and demands of everyday life. The ability to respond skillfully to these feelings of stress is essential for those who want to live in the modern world with a peaceful mind. By viewing our life in a positive light, we can maintain inner peace during stressful times, and even use these situations to learn deep lessons about the mind and about reality.
On this course with Gen Osung, a modern Buddhist nun and meditation teacher, we will explore special ways of thinking that help us to live life more lightly, help us let go of our stressed out minds and deal with our negative emotions more confidently and effectively.
Everybody is welcome to attend this series of meditation classes, regardless of experience. The course will consist of practical teachings and short guided meditations that will give rise to a peaceful feeling in the mind and improve our ability to deal with stress.
Week 1: Letting go of stress, creating an inner refuge
Week 2: Why worry? – understanding why we get stressed
Week 3: This too shall pass – contemplating impermanence
Week 4: Lasting freedom – finding peace in emptiness
In person classes
Please, pre-book a ticket for each day you wish to attend.
Hard of hearing access
If you would like to receive subtitles for any of these classes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the teacher
Gen Kelsang Osung 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.