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Cradley Heath

drop in classesWednesday evenings, 6pm - 6:40pm
Simply Meditate with resident teacher Kelsang Khechog

Thursday evenings, 7:30pm - 9:00pm with resident teacher Kelsang Khechog

Friday mornings, 11:00am - 12:30pm
with Kadampa teacher Harnack Sahota

All classess at Jangchub Ling

Meditations from the Buddhist tradition for everyone. Classes consist of guided meditations and advice on how to use meditation to find calm in our busy daily lives.

Attend the series or drop in for individual classes.

Wednesday 29th/Thursday 30th/Friday 31st October - Stability
Day by day it can seem like life is designed to throw us off balance. There is so much to deal with and it can feel like we’re fighting many battles on many fronts. By gathering our mind into a peaceful, empowered state we can free ourselves from this situation and meet the world with stability and joy.

Wednesday 5th/Thursday 6th/Friday 7th November - Clarity
Heavy, foggy minds are endemic in modern society, obscuring the rich experience otherwise available to us. But what if we knew that the underlying nature of our mind is clarity, and what if we had a method for clearing our mental fog so this clarity naturally revealed itself? Methods to do this will be shared in this class.

Wednesday, 12th November - No class due to special event with Kadam Bridget Heyes, the NKT National Spiritual Director in Birmingham

Thursday 13th/Friday 14th November - Motivation
When we lack energy or joyful motive for engaging in life it can seem that our lethargy is fixed and unchangeable. This narrow, rigid mind is challenged and finally removed by meditating on impermanence and the great opportunity that we now have to generate positive, healing minds.

Wednesday 19th/Thursday 20th/Friday 21st November - Certainty
Feeling powerless is one cause of frustration and depression. What if we knew that understanding our own mind gives us the power to create a future we truly want to inhabit? With this insight we can live each moment with focus, confidence and joy, knowing with certainty that every action we engage in is a building block of our lasting happiness.

Wednesday 26th/Thursday 27th/Friday 28th November - Freedom
Our responses to feeling restricted are normally less than peaceful, but un-peaceful actions only bind us more tightly to our problem. Identifying the internal causes of every fear, restriction and burden allows us to free our mind and, in time, external freedom naturally follows.

Wednesday 3rd/Thursday 4th/Friday 5th December - Empathy
Feeling isolated is one of the worst sufferings we experience, it goes directly against our deepest nature and the truth of our interconnectedness with others. Clearing our mind of negativity through meditation allows us to see this interconnectedness, experience a deep empathy and love and banish feelings of isolation forever.

Wednesday 10th/Thursday 11th/Friday, 12th December - Creativity
Obscuring the creative potential of our mind is perhaps the most harmful deception our negativity plays on us. In truth our minds are the most powerful creative tools that exist; we create our own mental prisons and we create our own freedom. The meditations presented in this class provide the key to unlocking this life changing creative potential.

Facility fee: £6 per class (£3.50 unwaged)

No need to book - just turn up.

Following series of classes will start week beginning 12th January.

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Jangchub Ling Buddhist Centre

1A Sydney Road, Cradley Heath,
West Midlands B64 5BA
Tel: 01384 569956 Email Us
Charity Number:1102344

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