Silencing the Inner Critic

Sun 18 June | 10am-1pm

Half Day Course

Silencing the Inner Critic

Let go of the painful habit of negative self talk.

Workshop Description

We all have an inner critic which can hold us back from living the life we really want to live. This painful habit can permeate our life and relationships with anxiety, preventing us from enjoying our life.

We can learn to let go of harsh self-criticism. At this workshop, discover how to overcome self-doubts and discouragement, connect with your pure potential and learn to like yourself more thoroughly. Be free to enjoy happier relationships and move on with your life.

The Teacher

Kelsang Monlam is the Resident Teacher of Khedrubje Kadampa Buddhist Centre on the Central Coast, and has been practising meditation and Buddhism since 2008. She presents Buddha’s teachings in a light and practical manner – inspiring people through her example to incorporate Buddha’s teachings into their daily life.

Workshop Format

Over two sessions (both one and a quarter hours long), you’ll receive teachings on letting go of harsh self-criticism. You’ll have the opportunity to have your questions answered by a Buddhist nun and teacher with many years of meditation experience. A delicious home-made morning tea will be served in the break to give you time to relax and absorb the teachings. Everyone is welcome.

Booking Information

Date & Cost

Sun 18 June

Session 1: 10am-11.15am
Morning Tea
Session 2: 11.45am-1pm

Free for Members

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

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COVID Protocols

  • Masks optional
  • Moderate spacing between seats in meditation room
  • Air purifiers + HVAC filtration + fresh air flow
  • Please do not attend if you have COVID or symptoms or you’re waiting for test results.

What to expect at a meditation workshop

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