Seeing Beyond Our Bubble
Live-Streamed from Bodhichitta Centre
DATES: Mondays, Oct 19 to Nov 23
TIME: 7.00 – 8.00pm
TEACHER: Gen Kelsang Zopa
COST: $10 per class or $55 for all 6 paid in advance (Free for members)
REGISTRATION: You can register for each class separately (linked from the individual class boxes below) or, you can register here for all the classes in the series and get a small discount.
Registrants will receive a link to allow on-demand viewing of the class for 48 hours after the class ends. (Distributed when the video is ready)
Live lightly, get fresh energy and be inspired! Instead of feeling stuck in a bubble of unhelpful perceptions and habits, you can learn to live life with a more flexible, creative and joyful mind. Explore how to free yourself from the worries, anxieties and resentments that weigh you down. Ultimately, we can experience the supreme permanent peace of mind known as nirvana.
This series includes:
- Seeing Beyond Expectations (Oct 19)
- Seeing Beyond Resentment (Oct 26)
- Seeing Beyond Limitations (Nov 2)
- Seeing Beyond Self-Concern (Nov 9)
- Seeing Beyond This Life (Nov 16)
- Seeing Beyond the Ordinary (Nov 23)
Gen Kelsang Zopa
A Canadian Buddhist monk, Gen Zopa has been presenting the profound and practical teachings of the Buddhist path to enlightenment for over 25 years. Renowned for the clarity and depth of his teachings, his warmth and practicality bring to life the ancient art of meditation.
The way we relate to ourself affects every area of our life, therefore we need the ability to be strong and happy regardless of life’s challenges and what others may think of us. We can develop a positive self-view. ...
Learn how being kind to others is a wonderful way to bring real happiness and meaning into our life. ...
An understanding of past and future lives can help us gain a fresh perspective on life and death – one we can use to solve our problems now and find a meaningful and happy life. ...
The mind is rich with creative power. Buddha taught how we can see far beyond the confines of our ordinary thinking, and move ourselves into extraordinary realms of possibility. ...
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