Regular drop-in meditation classes 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?
Sunday evenings, 7:30 - 8:30pm with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Khechog
Tuesday afternoons, 1 - 2pm with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Khechog
Thursday evenings, 7:30 - 9:00pm with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Khechog
Friday mornings, 11:00am - 12:30pm with Kadampa teacher Harnack Sahota
Venue: Jangchub Ling Kadampa Buddhist Centre, 1a Sydney Road, B64 5BA
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 concessions, including refreshments.
Attend the series or drop in for individual classes. No need to book.
Sunday 1st, Tuesday 3rd, Thursday 5th, Friday 6th 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.
Sunday 8th, Tuesday 10th, Thursday 12th, Friday 13th 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.
Sunday 15th, Tuesday 17th, Thursday 19th, Friday 20th 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
Sunday 22nd, Tuesday 24th, Thursday 26th, Friday 27th 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.