The Peace of Patience

Wednesday nights from 14 Sep | 7:30-9pm

KMC Sydney – Surry Hills

Learn how to free your mind from the pain of anger.

Course Description


So much of our daily unhappiness comes from feeling agitated, irritated and annoyed. Sometimes these seeds of anger can turn into a painful resentment that we can carry with us for days, months or even years, preventing us from feeling truly at peace.

The antidote to all these painful feelings is the beautiful mind of patience. Far from being a weak or passive mind, patience is an expression of inner strength that empowers us to remain peaceful and happy even when things go wrong.

Come along for the whole course or drop-in any week to learn how to develop the peace of patience in your own experience.

Part of a series based on the much loved book How To Solve Our Human Problems

Part 1: The Four Noble Truths Aug 17 to Sep 7
Understand the deeper nature of your problems, and how to solve them.

Part 2: The Peace of Patience Sep 14 to Oct 12
Learn how to free your mind from the pain of anger.

Part 3: Approaching Conflict with Wisdom Oct 19 to Nov 9
Reliable methods to respond with wisdom when you feel provoked.

Part 4: Understanding our Mind & Rebirth Nov 16 & 23
The essential teachings that form the basis of all Buddhist thought.

The Teacher

Gen Kelsang Lhachog, the Resident Teacher at KMC Sydney will teach this series of classes. With 25 years’ experience in meditation, Gen Lhachog explains Buddha’s teachings with sincerity and kindness, in a way that is clear and easy to apply to our daily life.

More Information


Date & Cost

Wednesdays
14 Sep – 12 Oct
7.30 – 9pm
Doors open at 7pm

$15
Free for Members

Venue

Kadampa Meditation Centre Sydney
693-695 South Dowling St
Surry Hills

How To Solve Our Human Problems


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You can purchase this book from the bookshop at our centre in Surry Hills, any of our branch locations or online.

What to expect at a meditation class

Meditation classes are a special opportunity to take a some time out to receive practical teachings that focus on solving a particular problem we are trying to resolve in our daily life.