'Peaceful solutions for modern problems'
A regular drop-in meditation class offering practical instruction on how to enjoy a peaceful, positive mind in modern daily life. Suitable for everyone, including complete beginners. We hope to welcome you soon!
What happens in a class?
All Classes consist of guided meditation, some explanation from the Teacher, discussion and questions and answers. For some FAQ about our classes click here. For more info about who we are click here.
Wednesdays from 1 - 2pm with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Khechog
Venue: Friends Meeting House, 37 Scotts Road, Stourbridge, DY8 1UR
Please note: The venue can be hard to find even though it's just off the ring road. Please see the video at the bottom of this page for very clear directions.
Dates: Classes run throughout the year, usually with breaks for the school holidays. See 'upcoming classes' below for current dates.
Facility fee: £6 per class / £3.50 unwaged including refreshments.
Attend the series or drop in for individual classes. No need to book.
Wednesday, 4th September - ‘How to Gain a Balanced Mind’
Daily life is a rollercoaster, but does our mind need to be too? Learn a special meditation to find stability within.
Wednesday, 11th September - ‘How to Connect With Others’
Feeling connected to others is essential for our happiness. The meditation taught in this class will provide a powerful method to break through the mental walls that separate us.
Wednesday, 18th September - ‘Creating Inner Equality’
Just as we wish to be free from suffering and experience only happiness, so do all other beings. In this respect, we are no different from any other being; we are all equal. In this class we will learn a meditation to take this truth to heart and so create a deeply positive transformation in our mind
Wednesday, 25th September - ‘How to Reduce Negativity’
We all know when we’re being negative, but that doesn’t mean we know what our negativity is. In this class we will use Buddha’s teachings to get very clear on the nature of our negativity and so empower ourselves to finally reduce its strength.