overcoming anger

VENUE: Subud Centre (Lower Hall), 7 St Leonards Bank, Perth PH2 8EB

Time: 7-8.30pm

* These sessions are ideal for those wishing to start meditating and for those who want to deepen their existing experience. Although part of a series, the classes are self-contained and no previous experience is required.

* Please feel free to drop in on a class-by-class basis. Classes are held every week unless otherwise stated. No special clothing is required.

No class 29 May. Classes resume 5 June with a new course.

Dates: 5, 12, 19, 26 June

Fee: £28/ 4 week-course. £10 drop-in/per class. You don’t need a Paypal account to book online. Just ‘check out as a guest’. See image below.

Our instinctive reactions to situations can often make things worse, so if we wish to improve ourselves and our situation we need to take a different approach.

Learn skilful techniques to remain balanced, flexible and peaceful in the midst of difficult situations and conflicts.

Join us for a course of learning about the cool, spacious mind of patience, the direct opponent to the mind of anger.

This is a course open to everyone. Dress comfortably. Seating is on chairs. Please bring your own cushion if you wish to sit on the floor.

What people are saying about meditating at KMC Edinburgh?

“This meditation course was for me a new way to frame my thoughts about meditation… both content and organisation made it a thoroughly satisfying, thought provoking experience.” – Ruth

“Very interesting, inspirational, spiritual, and therapeutic!” – Katerina

“Very practical solutions to anxiety and stress. Core buddhist teachings. The teacher is very experienced, and the people are super friendly.” – Ron


Kelsang-ShriKelsang Shri has been an ordained Buddhist nun for many years. She has much experience of practising Buddha’s teachings in both teaching and managerial roles in kadampa Buddhist centres. She has also spent time engaged in meditation retreats alone and in a group setting.

What does the class entail?

Each class consists of a breathing meditation to settle the mind, a short talk exploring an aspect of training in mindfulness and a second meditation based on the ideas raised. The session concludes with some take away advice that can be practised beyond the sessions allowing the benefits to pervade our life.

Do I have to attend all 4 weeks?

No, each class is self-contained and can be attended on a drop-in basis. However, it is beneficial if possible to attend the entire series of classes.

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