Occasionally feeling down, sad or that our interest in life has disappeared may be a familiar thing for us. Perhaps we even struggle daily with feelings of depression, despair or hopelessness.
Let’s face it no one wants to feel even slightly depressed. The good news is that we can learn methods that disrupt and defeat these states of mind.
More good news is that even if we’re having these experiences it’s not who we really are, we’re not broken nor is it permanent and without hope.
Being depression free with no fear of sinking again sounds so good…
It’s not just a nice idea that’s impossible because Buddha taught many methods, including meditation that make the mind naturally happy, positive and light. They go beyond simply coping, taking us into our potential to radically transform how we relate to ourselves and others and to live a genuinely joyful and meaningful life. These methods are becoming so important to us modern people if we want to experience our own inner joyful energy in these difficult times.
During this day course Buddhist Monk Gen Jampel will introduce us to ways of understanding where our depression comes from and how to change this. We will learn gentle meditations and ways of thinking that not only prevent depression but awaken the happiness within us that we so deeply yearn for. Everybody’s welcome!
Come and enjoy a meaningful day at our new Meditation Centre.
Sunday 5 February
9:30 – 10:45am Session 1
11:30 – 12:45pm Session 2
2:30 – 3:45pm Session 3
R370 all inclusive (non members)
Members: discounts apply
The Meditation Centre shop will be open for your convenience during the breaks.