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Why Me? | Feb 17, 24, Mar 3, 10

February 17 @ 7:00 pm - March 10 @ 8:15 pm

Why Me?

How to Apply the Law of Karma to Our Lives

Feb 17, 24, March 3, 10

In Person & Online

With Gen Kelsang Machig

When?

In Person Thursdays 7-8.15pm | Feb 17, 24, March 1, 8

Online class links available Fridays | Feb 18, 25, March 2, 9

About this course

Why me? That’s the question we often ask when we find ourselves immersed in problems. But do we have an actual answer to that question? Or do we just feel unlucky? Or that we’ve been dealt an unfair hand?

Buddha’s teachings on the law of karma give us a clear and practical explanation on why things happen the way they do, and how we can begin to change our experiences from not so great to fantastic. Or at the very least, better. Rather than seeking happiness, we learn to create it. Rather than running from unhappiness, we learn to abandon its causes. Understanding karma puts us in the driver’s seat of our own life.

Everybody welcome!

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!

If you live closer to Edinburgh, Aberdeen or Dumfries please visit our sister centres for online classes in other parts of Scotland.

Hard of hearing access

If you would like to receive subtitles for any of these classes, please email admin@meditateinscotland.org

Price

£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

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About the teacher

Gen Kelsang Machig is a devoted meditator with over 15 years of teaching experience. She is a well-loved teacher and shares her wealth of understanding with others with great insight, warmth, and humour. Gen Machig is also a regular contributor on BBC Radio Scotland’s Thought for the Day.

Details

Start:
February 17 @ 7:00 pm
End:
March 10 @ 8:15 pm
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