Tuesdays 7pm – 8.30pm
Everyone is welcome. No previous experience required.
– Drop-in classes
– No need to book
– Join at any time
October 24, 31 | November 7, 14, 21
We all experience negative states of mind from time to time which destroy our inner peace, impacting our relationships and sense of well-being.
Learn tried and tested Buddhist techniques on how to identify, reduce and eventually eliminate these negativities and become better equipped to deal with life’s difficulties in a positive way.
Delusions are just bad mental habits, and like all habits they can be broken. Through making a sincere and consistent effort to become familiar with constructive states of mind we can eliminate even the most stubborn delusions and replace them with the opposite virtues.
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Eight Steps to Happiness
November 28 | December 5, 12
Dealing with Difficult People
So often it feels as if our problems come from having to deal with people we find unpleasant and difficult. By training in our mind in practical meditation techniques we can learn to keep a positive attitude no matter who we encounter.
Just drop in, £7 per class
Venue: St Austell Arts Centre, 87 Truro Road, PL25 5HJ
What can I expect at a class?
Suitable for all, our weekly classes are arranged in short courses designed to give you a deep experience of a meditation topic. You can also drop into an individual class if you prefer as each class is also self-contained.
Each class comprises a talk and two guided meditations. At the end of the class, you will have a chance to ask questions to the class teacher. You do not need to be Buddhist or have prior experience of meditation.
We sit on chairs and no physical exercise is involved.