Connect To Your Heart
Transcend Limitations

Join us for this meditation workshop with special guest teacher, Gen Chitta – Often our aspirations and confidence are directly dependent on external achievements. Perhaps, we feel good when we meet a work deadline, gain a promotion, set a personal best time in sport or pay off a debt. This good feeling soon dissipates and we quickly find ourselves back to square one. We often feel confused and deceived but continue a cycle of desperately chasing peace of mind and happiness in things that at best provide only fleeting happiness. 

Where can we find true and reliable contentment and happiness? A freedom from a cycle of confusion and dissatisfaction. Fortunately the answers to these questions are closer than we think. We do not have to go any further than our own mind.

In this workshop Gen Chitta will guide us in meditations and teachings that explore:
1) Where true satisfaction and happiness can be found.
2) How we can tap into an unlimited natural resource of peace and happiness from within our own mind
3) How everyone has the extraordinary potential to live every moment of their life from a boundless reservoir of peace, free from any sense of limitation.

Booking Info

Walk-ins welcome. You can pay at the door (cash/card) or book online in advance. If you book online, just bring along your booking receipt on your phone or on paper. For livestream bookings, you will need to book at least 1 hour in advance. You will receive an email with your link at least 1 hour before the session begins.

Hourly Schedule

Meditation Workshop 23 April

09:45 - 10:00
Log on/Register
10:00 - 11:30
Session 1
11:30 - 12:10
Coffee Break
12:10 - 13:30
Session 2

Date

Apr 23 2022
Expired!

Time

10:00 am - 1:30 pm

Cost

€30.00

Location

Tara KMC Dublin & Livestreamed

Teacher

  • Gen Kelsang Chitta
    Gen Kelsang Chitta
    Resident Teacher at Potala Kadampa Meditation Centre

    Gen Kelsang Chitta is a Kadampa Buddhist nun and meditation teacher at the Kadampa Meditation Centres in Northern Ireland. Having studied and practiced Kadampa Buddhism for many years, she has a wealth of knowledge and experience from which to share, and takes great joy in sharing these ancient practices in a way that suits the modern listener, the beginner and the more experienced practitioner.

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