Actions for happiness:
8 steps to a happy life.
Term dates – Wed Sept 8th – Wed Dec 15th
Now available as In-Person class (booking required)
This feature class with Kelsang Lekchog covers a wide range of engaging Buddhist topics.
In this series of classes clear methods are simply presented for transforming all life’s difficulties into valuable spiritual insights, for improving our relationships, and for bringing greater patience, empathy and compassion into our daily life. These methods have inspired generations of Buddhist practitioners for almost a thousand years, and brought lasting peace, inspiration and serenity to countless people. The New 8 Steps to Happiness is a detailed and practical explanation of one of Buddhism’s best-loved teachings, Eight Verses of Training the Mind, by the great Bodhisattva, Langri Tangpa. This incredible text explains step by step, how to deepen our happiness and peace from within. Each session we will understand and meditate on one of the essential steps.
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn on how to develop and strengthen authentic love and compassion and to transform all our daily situations into opportunities for spiritual growth.
You do not need to be a Buddhist to attend these Buddhist meditation classes and they are attended by people from all walks of life. The classes include two guided meditations and a talk that relates to the basic teachings of Kadampa Buddhism.
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. Suitable for beginners and everyone welcome.
Day / Time
Suitable for everyone
£6 per class
Wickersley Community Centre,
286 Bawtry Rd
Starting June 24th
Habits of peaceful people
Term dates: Thursday 24th June – 15th July
Now Available in-person – Booking required
Many of us have a strong wish to benefit others, yet, despite our best intentions, we can sometimes feel our actions have little effect on the world around us.
How is it possible in these uncertain times, to not only find innovative ways to transcend ‘compassion fatigue’ but also find tried and trusted methods that guarantee our ability to make a meaningful difference to everyone we encounter?
In this new six-part series of classes, we will be looking at the Buddhist practice of the six perfections.
The six perfections are six special methods to fully realize our human potential to benefit others with every thought and action.
This special intention has been called “the source of peace and happiness for all living beings.” Through developing this extraordinary wish, our mind becomes expansive and peaceful, filled with love, and our daily problems begin to lessen.
Bob Has been practising Kadampa Buddhism for over 30 year. Through his warm nature and engaging teachings he is able to convey Buddha’s teachings in a light and joyful way.