Meditations to Make Our Life
Happy and Meaningful
In our modern life, with its emphasis on external development, and its high-speed exchange of images and information, we can easily feel under pressure to be seen as successful, or to be ‘living the life’. Often this leaves us feeling unfulfilled, unhappy, even depressed, with little real value, direction, or meaning in our life.
In this course we will explore how to nourish positive attitudes, and redirect our energies to being content, peaceful and most importantly happy with who we are. Kelsang Drolma will teach methods that over time we can use to bring about positive changes in our lives that will enable us to experience deep and lasting happiness and allow us to live a very meaningful life.
Each class includes two guided meditations, a teaching, and an opportunity for questions. No previous experience required. Everyone is welcome.
Nov 17 – Finding Lasting happiness
Nov 24 – Meditation & positive attitudes
Dec 01 – Positive changes in daily life
Dec 08 – True to yourself & your potential
Dec 15 – Love, connection & compassion
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 Wednesday 6pm. Please email us if you require this link.
Wednesday Evening Class
- 18:50 - 19:00
- Log on
- 19:00 - 20:30
Kelsang DrolmaLocal teacher for Tara KMC branch in Cork
Kelsang Drolma is the local teacher for the Tara KMC branch in Cork. She is an ordained Buddhist nun and has taught in Ireland and the UK. She completed the STTP Special Training Programme in the main centre for the Kadampa Tradition MKMC. Drolma is well loved for her warm, clear, practical teachings. She teaches with a sense of humour really connecting with students, inspiring them to practice the teachings and apply them in their daily lives.