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What Is Karma? | July 1, 8, 15, 22
July 1 @ 7:00 pm - July 22 @ 8:15 pm
What is Karma?
July 1, 8, 15, 22
In Person & Online
With Rob Skiffington
In Person Thursdays 7-8.15pm July 1, 8, 15, 22
Online class links available Fridays July 2, 9, 16, 23
About this course
Sometimes in our life we face so many difficulties and problems that we can feel overwhelmed and powerless. It seems like we are a prisoner to our circumstances and they are dictating how we feel about our life. We may feel that “nothing good ever happens to me” or “if I didn’t have bad luck I’d have no luck at all”.
Viewing our life like this is completely normal in our modern world.
However Buddha taught that it is our own mind that creates our experiences and we all have the power to change. Through developing an understanding about the law of Karma we can understand how the root of our experiences begins in our mind and through changing our mental intentions we can begin to change our life for the better. In this four part series we will take a deep look into the law of karma (cause and effect) and learn how to use this practical knowledge in our everyday life to enact positive change.
In Person & Online Classes
You can attend these classes either in person or online. If you sign up for the online course, a link will be sent to your email address 24 hours after each live class and will remain valid for seven days. In person bookings are for the whole course, spaces are limited so please make sure you book early!
Hard of Hearing Access
If you would like to receive subtitles for any of these classes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
£20 for 4 weeks | free for members | £7 per class
Please note in person bookings are for the 4 week course
The course is free for members, but members are still required to book
About the teacher
Rob is a warm and sincere teacher who draws on many years of experience and gives teachings that touch the hearts of others. As a father, Rob has a lot of practical experience to share on how to integrate Buddha’s teachings into busy daily life.