Wednesday Evening Online Meditation Class

Choose Love 3 November-8 December

WHEN? 

 

Wednesday 3 November – 8 December 2021 

 
7 – 8.15pm
 

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Love is the foundation of all lasting and harmonious relationships and is the source of all peace and happiness. It protects us from anger, resentment, jealousy, fear and never causes pain. As Buddhist master Shantideva said, ‘All the happiness there is in the world arises from wishing others to be happy’.

Over the coming weeks we will be guided on the teachings of love and we will understand how we can live a more peaceful and problem free life through improving the way we feel about others.

Everyone is welcome!

Price

£6 per class or all 6 classes for £30

 •  Each class is a stand-alone class. 

These classes are included FREE in membership, but members are still required to book    

How the course is run

You will be sent a link to access the video to your email address on the day of the class. 

The link will remain valid for three days after the class is shown.

CLASS DATES

3 November – Choose Love – Week 1

10 November – Choose Love – Week 2

17 November – Choose Love – Week 3

24 November – Choose Love – Week 4

1 December – Choose Love – Week 5

8 December – Choose Love – Week 6

CLASS STRUCTURE

Each class consists of:

2 relaxing guided Meditations

a short practical teaching

and advice on how to integrate meditation into daily life

Resident Teacher - Alma Elder

Alma is the Resident Teacher for Meditate in Dumfries and Galloway.

She has been a dedicated disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over 20 years. Her Dharma practice and experience comes from many years of living in and working at Kadampa and Retreat Centres. She is kind, caring and approachable and her teachings are clear and easily understood. She is able to relate her teachings to the everyday lives of students to solve their daily problems.

If you live closer to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen visit our sister centres for online classes in other parts of Scotland.