Actions for happiness:

Eight steps to a Happy Life.

 Starting Thursday November 11th – December 16th

 12noon – 1pm Cost £5 per session.

 Drop in weekly In-person class

We all know that nothing compares to the feeling of genuine love.
It takes us out of the ordinary and allows us to become the best version of ourself.
But for most of us, genuine feelings of unconditional love are rare and fleeting.

Rather than just wait in hope for love to come and takes us by surprise, what if we were able to consciously nurture this powerful mind so it became a regular part of our life?

What if we could grow our minds of love and compassion to encompass more and more people? How would this change our world? How would it change us?

Geshe Kelsangs book The New Eight Steps to Happiness explains a beautiful and extensive meditation on love and compassion that comprises one of Buddhism’s best loved and most enduring teachings.

In this series of classes, we are invited to go on a journey, to discover how it is possible let go of all our self sabotaging minds and replace them with powerful minds of love and compassion, minds that bring us limitless joy and confidence.

For centuries these instructions have brought lasting peace and serenity to countless people.
The journey isn’t long. It’s only 8 steps…to happiness!

Everyone is welcome to these classes no prior experience of meditation is necessary. You can join the classes at any point in the term.
Venue:

WORKSOP LIBRARY
Memorial Avenue
Worksop
S80 2BP 1AJ

This is a practical based course where practices and methods will be explained enabling you to establish the internal tools to bring about positive inner transformation. Each session will include a combination of teachings and meditation. Suitable for beginners and everyone welcome.

Day / Time

Thursday 12noon- 1pm

Course level

Suitable for everyone

Fee

£5 per class

Location

WORKSOP LIBRARY
Memorial Avenue,
Worksop
S80 2BP 1AJ

There is no need to book just turn up.
You can book below if you wish

£5.00

Kelsang Lekchog
Is a Buddhist Nun & Resident Teacher at Kadampa mediation centre Sheffield.
She has been Practicing and studying Kadampa Buddhism for many years.
She is very qualified to be teaching this beautiful book.

Eight steps to happiness book

COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES

For the continued safety of our attendees and staff:

* if you (or someone you live with) have been diagnosed with Covid-19 or have developed symptoms (principally high temperature, persistent cough, loss of smell or taste among others) within the last 14 days, please do not attend;

* the wearing of face masks inside the building and meditation room is encouraged;

* the seating will be spaced out;

* hand sanitiser will be readily available;

* the windows will be open to allow ventilation therefore please bring warm clothing for your comfort ;

*  touch points will be sanitised regularly