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Inner Peace – a meditation day course

Buddha taught that within our mind lies an oasis of peace, wisdom, joy and love. On this day course learn special Buddhist methods that awaken this potential for inner peace and happiness.
Gen Kelsang Dornying will explain how to experience a deep stillness within by meditating on the pure, clear nature of our mind. This profound feeling of inner calm and relaxation transforms our life, giving us the ability to respond to all situations with a happy and positive mind. In this way we can accept painful feelings, overcome our anger, attachment and frustration, and discover true inner peace.

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