Taming the Wild Mind, Dealing with Stress and Anxiety
WhoTeacher: Lama Gelongma Zangmo
Anyone is welcome to attend this event!
Do you ever feel as though your mind is like a flag flapping in the wind - blowing one way and then another without you having much say in it? Maybe it's time to learn how to meditate.
Meditation and mindfulness, practised regularly over time, have strong potential to make one's general state of mind more positive: increasingly we can become free of habitual reactivity, unhelpful emotional patterns, and limited ways of seeing ourselves and others. With a more open and relaxed mind we will have less stress resulting from our living situation, and less tendency to be thrown by the ups-and-downs that life presents. A regular meditation practice can bring a greater sense of inner peace and calm an overactive mind.
This course is especially suited for those who would like to be introduced to the basics of meditation, and those who wish to be reminded how to attain long term stability.
Taming the Wild Mind takes place, online, on four consecutive Saturday mornings from 3rd - 24th July, from 9.30 to 10.30am. It is a requirement to commit to attend all four classes. To book your place, please email the office.