BRING WISDOM INTO YOUR LIFE - a new three week course

Feb 12, 19, 26

Wisdom is said to be like our own inner Spiritual guide that shows us how to follow inner paths to happiness and enables us to understand how to solve our own problems.

This course looks at Buddha's teachings that explain how to improve our wisdom understanding the nature of our world and the effects of our actions.

We will learn how to use these insights in a practical way to avoid problems and confusion, and to make our mind clear. In this way we will experience for ourselves the clarity and purpose that wisdom brings to our life.



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About the Classes

Buddhist meditation is extensive and by coming along to these classes you will learn basic breathing meditation and gain insight into the topics presented in How to Understand the Mind.

All the topics are presented in a practical way so that you can understand how to use the knowledge gained in meditation to help improve your state of mind and quality of life.

The methods taught are based on Buddha’s teachings on the mind but can be practised by anyone, Buddhist or not.

There are no physical exercises or special postures involved. Participants sit on chairs to meditate.

These classes are suitable for those who have been attending meditation classes and have some background understanding of Buddhism.


Course Teacher

meditation teacher
Gen Kelsang Drolkyi

Gen Kelsang Drolkyi is a senior teacher within the New Kadampa Tradition of Mahayana Buddhism. She was ordained as a Buddhist nun by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso 25 years ago. Since then she has taught in the UK and internationally and has been teaching in Singapore for the last 5 years.

Gen Drolkyi’s experience make her teachings clear and practical and her joyful warmth and humour make her classes accessible to everyone. She is an inspiring example of modern Buddhism in practice and is dedicated to helping everyone find peace through the experience of meditation and Buddhism.