Talks & guided meditations | with Buddhist Nun Gen Kelsang Chitta
Available for a limited time via YouTube video links, sent to you upon booking and remaining active for 6 days
Constant juggling of responsibilities and the general state of our world today, can leave us all feeling a little (or a lot) anxious and powerless at times. In this mini retreat with Gen Chitta, discover how meditation and improving our mindfulness, gives us the power to recognise, reduce and let go of worry and anxiety.
We will explore how worry and anxiety has its roots in how we relate to ourselves, others and the world around us. By cultivating new, healthier and wiser ways of relating to ourselves, others and life, we become confident we can be free of worry and anxiety.
We will explore how we can fearlessly face the inevitable difficulties we meet in life, with genuine peace of mind and inner strength, free of the anxiety and stress they normally produce. In this way, we learn how to move beyond anxiety, and develop and maintain genuine happiness and emotional well being, no matter what is happening in our lives.
Guided by Buddhist Nun and Potala Kadampa Buddhist Centre’s Principal Teacher Gen Kelsang Chitta. A student of Tibetan Buddhist master Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for 17 years, Gen Chitta has been guiding retreats in NI for the last 10 years and can offer gentle guidance and the clear wisdom of ancient Buddhist practice in a way that’s suitable for everyone of any age, background or belief.
Suitable for beginners as well as those with more experience, the retreat includes two talks, four guided meditations.
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