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Conquering Hate with Love

Source http://meditateinbirmingham.org

Full day course with international Buddhist teacher Gen-la Kelsang Thubten

Saturday 28th October – 10am – 4pm

This event is likely to be very popular. Early booking is highly recommended.

£25 (day) You DO NOT need a Paypal account to pay

About the course

In a world in which hatred, anger, and intolerance are sadly becoming more widespread we need to look not at what sets us apart but at what unites us.

Buddha taught a practical meditation on love anyone can do that increases our appreciation, respect and tolerance for others, be they our friends and family, our community or all humankind, and shows how peace in the world comes only from peace in the heart.

Everyone welcome.

About the teacher

Gen-la Kelsang Thubten is a senior Teacher of Modern Buddhism who has been a disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for forty years and was the principal editor for many of his books.

Having taught internationally for many years, Gen-la brings a wealth of practical and meditative experience to his teachings. He is renowned for his ability to present the many deep meanings contained within Venerable Geshe-la’s books and to show how to integrate these meanings into daily life. Gen-la teaches the Special Teacher Training Programme and the Foindation Programme at Manjushri KMC. £25 (day) You DO NOT need a Paypal account to pay – all cards accepted.

Location Venue: KADAMPA MEDITATION CENTRE BIRMINGHAM

Venue Phone: 0121 643 3335

Venue Website: www.meditateinbirmingham.org

Address: Unit 1 The Postbox, Commercial Street, Birmingham, B1 1RS

Description: Commercial street is adjacent to The Mailbox and The Cube. Just 10 minutes walk from New Street station Parking is available on neighbouring streets, also at a number of local car parks

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Workshop

Kadampa Meditation Centre

No1 The Postbox
Commercial Street
Birmingham

B1 1RS Birmingham GB

0121 643 3335

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