Breaking bad habits
Half-Day Online Meditation Course
Saturday 29 August |10.00am – 1.00pm
Half-Day Online Meditation Workshop with Buddhist Teacher Chelvi Mailvaganan
(Video Catch-up available for 3 days)
Our bad habits can cause us pain and suffering and can hurt those around us too. We can feel that it’s not possible to change but nothing could be further than the truth, we are in fact changing every moment.
Through Buddha’s teachings we can learn to understand how and why we create compulsive patterns of behaviour in the first place and consequently how we can let go of them. Through training in meditation we can gain the power to achieve peace of mind more and more of the time, creating the meaningful and joyful life that we actually seek.
Suitable for everyone!
Jampel Centre is making all the meditation classes and events available to the people of Kent and East Sussex area, to find your local centre please visit: kadampa.org
Please Note: You’ll find the webinar link for this course on the confirmation order of your booking on the ‘Additional Information’ section at the bottom.
This half-day meditation course will be led by Kadampa Buddhist Teacher, Chelvi Mailvaganan.
Chelvi has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for nearly 20 years. She teaches from her own experience and wealth of knowledge, emphasising how to apply Buddhist methods to everyday life with insight and clarity.
Session 1 | 10.00am – 11.15Am
Tea Break | 11.15am – 11.45Pm
session 2 | 11.45am – 1.00pm
Cost & Booking
This course is open to everyone and consists of two sessions with a break in the middle. Each session includes guided meditations, a talk and a chance to ask questions.
We are a registered charity run entirely by volunteers, no-one receives a salary. The funds we receive are used to pay for our venues and operating expenses. Although we charge for classes we also offer low-income rates and no one will ever be turned away for lack of funds.
Our classes are for everyone who is interested in learning how to meditate, regardless of background or belief. They are designed to give a broad introduction to Buddhist meditation, teachings, and practice. Everyone is invited to use whichever aspects of the teachings they find helpful.
No. Anyone can learn basic meditation and experience the benefits that come from having a peaceful mind.
No. Everyone is welcome, including beginners. All you need is the wish to improve yourself and the quality of your life.
No special clothing is required, come as you are.
No. The classes focus on meditation and teachings alone. You can choose to sit on a chair or meditation cushion.