“The person who is a problem to the non-accepting mind, does not exist within the calm, spacious mind of patient acceptance.” – Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
Let’s face it, everyone has someone in their life they find it difficult to be around. Whether it be a challenging work colleague or boss, a disagreeable partner or an opinionated family member. These strained relationships can often weigh down on us over time, leaving us stressed and frustrated – as well as leading to disharmony both at work and at home.
On a deeper level, if we are forever blaming other people and situations for our unhappiness, then we are unable to see clearly the mental habit patterns that are keeping us trapped in our present unhappiness and are bound to experience tense relationships whoever we are with.
This course will cover how to use Buddhist wisdom and meditation techniques to deal with these difficulties more positively. These tried and tested methods will help us to eventually learn to regard them with love and affection!
2.30-3.30pm: Session 1
3.30-4pm: Tea break & informal discussion
4-5pm: Session 2