Being at Peace
with Imperfection

Whilst at one level we all know that we ourselves, others and life can’t be perfect all the time, it’s all too easy to find ourselves getting caught up in the frustration, stress and anxiety of grasping at wanting things to be perfect most of the time.

In this meditation workshop – with Kadam Adam – we will learn meditations and practices for daily life, that will help us to recognise, reduce and let go of the unhealthy habits of mind that lead to this need for things to be perfect, for us to be truly at peace and happy with life.

We will learn how to accept, and be at peace with, the day-to-day reality of the imperfect nature of ourselves, others and life. In this way, we will see how this actually opens the door to a life of continual inner growth and development, healthy and harmonious relationships with others, and the ability to embrace and fully enjoy all of life, no matter what comes our way.

Through this approach, we can all discover a new found, and growing sense of peace of mind, genuine happiness, flexibility and resilience in everyday life. 

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 25 June

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

Jun 25 2022
Expired!

Time

10:00 am - 1:30 pm

Cost

€30.00

Location

Tara KMC Dublin & Livestreamed

Teacher

  • Kadam Adam Starr
    Kadam Adam Starr
    Resident 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.

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