Transforming Family Relationships
A 5-Part On-Demand Series
DATES: Wednesdays to Saturdays, Feb 17 – Mar 20
TIME: Available on Demand
TEACHERS: See Below
COST: $10 per class or $45 for all 5 classes (Free for members)
REGISTRATION: Register for each class separately using the individual class boxes below, or register for the entire 5-part series here and enjoy a 10% discount:
Members please use the Member Links which operate up until the class finishes.
This series of classes focuses on how to apply Buddha’s advice in modern family life. This will give us insight so that we can have experiences that are more positive in our most intimate and complex relationships: with our partner, our children, our parents, and our siblings.
This series includes:
What is Love? (Letting Go of Expectations) with Krista Schlosser ~ Feb 17 – Feb 20
Being Grateful for Your Family (Practising Buddhist Understandings with Your Family) with Nan Keller ~ Feb 24 – 27
Letting Go of Anger and Resentment with Olivera Brkic ~ Mar 3- 6
Learning to Cherish Others with Olivera Brkic ~ Mar 10 – 13
Rejoicing in Differences with Sachi Tamura ~ Mar 17 – 20
Each teacher is an experienced practitioner who brings their own unique perspective and experience to the practical application of Buddha’s teachings to everyday family life. This will help make this series a real treat. Short bios are available on the individual class pages.
Living in anger is not a happy place to be and being angry at situations, others, or ourselves is going to make our family relationships suffer. Learn how to change what is arising in your mind. ...
Cherishing others brings amazing benefits to ourselves and others...what better place to start than our families? ...
Buddha’s teachings help us to understand, appreciate, and even rejoice in the differences we experience with other living beings, including those in our closest circles. ...
Q. Do I need to be a Buddhist to attend?
Q. Do I need to have any experience?
Q. Do I need to book in advance?
You need to book online to attend, but not in advance. For these on-demand classes, you can still book or register up to noon on Saturday as there is still a half day to attend.
Q. Do I have to wait for the next series of classes to begin?