Tuesday night offers short meditation courses.  As well as learning basic meditation techniques, these courses give you the opportunity to learn about particular aspects of Buddhist thought and their practical application in daily life. You can attend a full course to receive most benefit or you can just drop in to single classes.

THREE WEEK COURSE IN FEBRUARY:

How to Stop Over-Thinking

with our new Resident Teacher: Gen Kelsang Rabten

February 4, 11, 18

 

Do you have a tendency to overthink things and find it hard to ‘switch off’ when you're home from a busy day? Even though knowing those thought process is not helpful, we can't seem to let it go?

On this course, we'll learn ways to clear the mind of negative mental habits and remain balanced, calm and clear as you navigate the busyness of daily life.

 

 

BOOK THE COMPLETE COURSE AT SPECIAL RATE OF $32

Book per class at standard rate $15 per person **

YOU CAN ALSO DROP-IN $15 per person (pay cash or pay now on arrival)

 

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

Gen Kelsang Rabten

Gen Rabten is the National Spiritual Director of S.E.Asia, Australia & New Zealand and is also the new Resident Teacher of KMC Singapore.

He has trained under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over 25 years and his deep faith in Buddha's teachings and joyful approach has inspired many people live a more meaningful and enriching spiritual life.