Science of the Mind – Inspiration for the Heart: Methods to Decrease Anger and Increase Wellbeing

Science of the Mind – Inspiration for the Heart: Methods to Decrease Anger and Increase Wellbeing

time 1:00 PM



When: Saturdays, September 30, and October 21, 2023, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT

Where: Attend in person if you are in the area and able, or watch online if not.

While this teaching will also be streamed online, it is a wonderful opportunity to meet with the Lama Yeshe Ling community in person at the Burlington Public Library for those who are able.

Burlington Public Library, Central Branch, Centennial Hall, and online

2331 New St, Burlington, ON L7R 1J4, Canada

Everyone is welcome.

Dissatisfaction and Anger: Methods to Decrease Anger and Increase Wellbeing
Saturday, September 30, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT

Geshe Sonam will help us understand the link between our feelings of anger and our experiences of dissatisfaction and lack of fulfillment. He will also explain how anger and dissatisfaction are states of mind that can be reduced through developing positive mental qualities such as love and compassion.

Meditating on the Four Boundless Thoughts: The Way to Achieve Mental Happiness for Oneself and Others
Saturday, October 21, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT

In this session, Geshe Sonam will explain how the four boundless thoughts: equanimity, love, compassion and joy create a healthy state and happy state of mind which is the key to achieving the welfare of ourselves as well as others.

Each session will include:

  • a talk given by Geshe Sonam
  • guided meditations
  • time for question and answers

Geshe Sonam la is our resident teacher at Lama Yeshe Ling – we are very fortunate to have him here with us in Burlington.

For those not able to attend in person, register here to participate online with Zoom, or watch the sessions live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube.

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