Workshops & retreats
Power to be happy
Saturday 24 August, 2–5pm
Within each of us exists the power to be permanently happy, profoundly peaceful and deeply joyful. Join Buddhist nun, Gen Kelsang Tsering, as she explains how to use the power of meditation to tap into this potential for lasting happiness and make every moment of our life joyful, meaningful and rewarding.
– Use tried & tested positive thinking techniques to transform your life
– Learn practical tools to solve your daily problems
– Overcome painful feelings & experience peace
– Discover how to get the most out of all your experiences
Science of happiness
Saturday 31 August, 2–5pm
More and more people are turning to the inner science of meditation to solve life’s problems. In this course learn scientific methods to increase your happiness through developing the capacity of your mind. Learn to identify the causes of happiness and suffering from within, and feel empowered to make wisdom and joy your daily experience.
Learning to accept
Saturday 7 September, 2–5pm
When things go wrong in our life and we encounter difficult situations we tend to regard the situation itself as the problem. But if we learn to maintain a peaceful mind, we can be happy all the time regardless of our circumstances. Learn Buddhist techniques for responding to difficulties with a positive mind and meditations that help us to deal with challenging people and situations.
Karma and finding happiness
Saturday 19 October, 2–5pm
Why are some people naturally happy and successful, while others experience problems and obstacles? Why is contentment and good fortune elusive, while difficulties arise effortlessly? How can I change this situation? Learn more about the law of karma so you can start to create the life you want.
Climbing down the mountain of self
Saturday 12 October, 10am–1pm
If we could only reduce our obsession with our self and our own happiness, we would actually feel happier. How can we do this? By climbing down the mountain of self and climbing up the mountain of other we are able to see the world from another person’s perspective, and start to understand their needs and wishes. This wish to understanding and cherish others is the real cause of happiness.