Meditation classes in Uckfield

Course details

Meditation and Mental Health

with Susan Tait, Mondays, 7-8.15pm

We all struggle at times with mental health.  Whether it’s anxiety, anger, frustration, or simply mental exhaustion, we all go through it at times.  Meditation is an effective way to train the mind, to become more peaceful and feel more in control of our emotions.  This series will explore a variety of meditations to help improve our mental health and well being.

May 23rd – A meditation for healing ourself

May 30th – A meditation for accepting change

June 6th – A meditation for healing the world

These classes are organized as short courses, covering a wide range of engaging topics.

The classes include 2 guided meditations and a practical teaching on how to apply the ancient wisdom of Buddha’s teachings to busy modern life. Not to be missed!

The classes conclude with the opportunity to discuss the class with the teacher and/or other members of the class. Refreshments are provided.

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    with Susan Tait, £8 per class

    Mondays, 7-8.15pm

    May 23rd – A meditation for healing ourself

    May 30th – A meditation for accepting change

    June 6th – A meditation for healing the world

    We will then take a two week break for the International Spring Festival in Malaga

    Overcoming anger in 4 easy steps

    In situations of conflict, we tend to become angry easily. We even think anger will help us ‘win’ our battles, and we rely on it as if it were our trusted friend. The mind of anger, however, leaves a trail of broken relationships, lost opportunities, and painful feelings in its wake. These classes offer skillful techniques to remain balanced, flexible and peaceful in the midst of difficult situations and conflicts, thereby overcoming our real enemy, the painful mind of anger itself.

    June 27 – Understanding how anger arises and how it harms us

    July 4 – Preventing anger through love and patience

    July 11 – Bringing wisdom into the difficult situation

    July 18 – Destroying anger using compassion and wisdom


    Suitable for all levels


    Uckfield Civic Centre,

    Civic Approach, Uckfield,

    East Sussex, TN22 1AE


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Susan Tait has been studying and teaching Buddhist meditation for many years and has taught Kadampa meditation in the US and the UK.  She presents the teachings in a practical and often humorous way making it easy to apply in daily life.

Bodhisattva Kadampa Meditation Centre is a member of the International Kadampa Buddhist Union (IKBU) and is a Registerd Charity No. 1016354.