Why This Day Matters
It’s been just over a year since the pandemic landed in our lives and we all said goodbye to our relatively free existence. For many of us, every day is starting to feel the same and ‘pandemic burnout’ and emotional fatigue have become a very real thing.
In this livestream series of meditation classes with Kadam Adam, we will explore proven meditations and practices for everyday life, on how to respond to the challenges of each day, so that instead of depleting our energy and taking us into a downward spiral, they actually energise us and become the catalyst for deep personal growth and development.
We will discover how to use the difficulties we meet to unlock our potential for real peace, happiness, emotional freedom, love, compassion, wisdom and more. We will learn how to begin living each day as a spiritual adventure, in which both our challenges, as well as our joys, become the very thing that enable us to grow.
13 Apr – Public talk – Why this day matters €5
20 Apr – Getting out of the rut, living from a place of possibility
27 Apr – The gift of our life, and realising the potential in every day
04 May – Living life fully, one brand new day at a time
11 May – An inner fortress of peace, freedom & joy from the storms of life
18 May – Becoming the architect of your own future
25 May – A road map for a new and better normal
Please book at least one hour prior to the start of the class. You will then receive an email with a link to the livestream class, on the day of the class (at least one hour before the class begins).
Can’t attend the livestream class? No problem, the recording is available on demand for 48 hours after class, to those who book by Tuesday 6pm. Please email us if you require this link.
Tuesday Evening Class
- 18:55 - 19:00
- Log on
- 19:00 - 20:30
Kadam Adam StarrResident Teacher at Tara Kadampa Meditation Centre in Dublin
Kadam Adam has studied, practised and taught Kadampa Buddhism and meditation for many years under the guidance of the fully accomplished meditation master and internationally renowned teacher of Buddhism, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.
Originally from Dublin, Kadam Adam spent many years teaching in the UK and in Europe before returning home to Ireland, where he now teaches extensively throughout the country, as well as internationally. He teaches from the heart in a clear, warm and relaxed way, that is always practical and relevant for our times.