MINI COURSE: Overcoming Laziness

  • DATE & TIME

    Saturday 4 July | 10:00am – 1pm

  • COURSE LEVEL

    Suitable for all levels

  • BOOKING

    When you sign up, you will receive an email with the links to the live retreat sessions. After each session is finished you can use the same links to access the recording of the class which will remain valid for 48 hours.
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    We stream our classes using ZOOM. If this is your first experience on ZOOM, please prepare in advance by downloading the ZOOM app download the Zoom app here (which is free) on to your device or by registering on your laptop or other computer.

    If you need help with anything please email events@meditateinbrighton.com

Course info

Overcoming Laziness

Often when we’ve learned how to meditate and have a strong wish to practice, we still seem to have obstacles to really getting down to actually practicing. Buddha described this as a form of spiritual laziness. There are three types that prevent us from actually practicing: the laziness of procrastination, the laziness of following distractions, and the laziness of discouragement. This half-day course will look at methods to overcome these three inner obstacles and show how to develop a mind of joyful effort. Come and learn how to give your spiritual practice a boost!

Teacher

Our Resident Teacher, Gen Kelsang Thekchen, is a senior meditation teacher in the New Kadampa Tradition.  He has been a Buddhist monk and teacher for 20 years, having taught in many Centres in the UK and Canada.  He presents Buddha’s teachings in a practical and often humorous way that enables the listener to easily understand the teachings and put them into practise.

Schedule

10 am – 11.15 am : Teaching and Meditation

11.45 – 1 pm : Teaching and Meditation

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