Overcoming Negative Emotions with Gen Kelsang Namkhyen
Overcoming Negative Emotions - Saturday 04 December 2021 with Gen Kelsang Namkhyen
Painful emotions such as stress, anxiety, depression and loneliness cause us much unhappiness and stop us from being able to truly enjoy our life. Often we feel stuck or paralysed by our negative states of mind and simply do not see any way out.
Buddha skilfully explained that our lives will not materially change if we do not develop inner peace and let go of our negative emotions. But to develop such a state of inner peace we need to investigate the actual roots of these painful emotions. Only through meditation are we able to fully understand how to get rid of negative emotions and to cultivate positive states of mind.
In this course, visiting teacher Gen Kelsang Namkhyen, will give us practical methods for how we can deal with our painful emotions and how through meditating on the root cause of such emotions we are ultimately able to eliminate them all together.
About the Teacher:
Gen Kelsang Namkhyen is the Resident Teacher of Tushita Kadampa Meditation Centre.
He has been ordained as a Buddhist monk for twenty-two years and taught extensively in the UK and The Netherlands before coming to South Africa in 2020.
Session 1: 10:00 - 11:15
Session 2: 11:45 - 13:00
Session 3: 14:00 - 15:15
Everyone is Welcome!
How to join in?
Download Zoom. (free). Once purchased your ticket, insert the Zoom ID and Password into your Zoom - Join a Meeting, add your first name, and you will automatically be connected to the class. You don't need to sign in to Zoom.
We would love you to join 15 minutes before the course starts.
You are also invited to ask any questions during the course using the Zoom Chat facility.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the event starts to register, settle in and meet the other attendees.
We have a book shop to browse, water on sale, and it is helpful to bring a pen and notebook if you would like to take notes. There is secure and ample parking.
|Refund policy||No refunds|