The minimalist lifestyle is about having only what you need and striving to only use things that have a purpose. The objective? To make space and declutter your life.
But what about your mind?
Buddha taught that our mind is always moving, flitting from thought to thought without control. (“I should meditate/exercise/go for a walk/call my mother – but I have too much work/I’m tired/the house is a mess – oops, I forgot to pay that bill/return that phone call”...)
It might seem harmless, but this unstable attention makes our inner world cluttered, congested, and unpeaceful. It also makes happiness and well-being impossible.
Over this 4 week course we’ll explore the guiding principles that keep the mind free of negativity and turbulence. By living by these principles your mind will feel tidy and joyful. You’ll gain clarity, feel less overwhelmed, and get more done.
Tuesdays 7 - 8.30pm | This class is taught by Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Rabten - please click here to book.
Gen Rabten's first teaching will be Tuesday 13th June.
Sundays 10 - 11.30am | The teacher of this class is Maria Mylonas.
Current and upcoming class courses:
The Minimalist – 4 Guiding Principles to Declutter Your Life | week starting 8, 15, 22, 29 May & 5 June
Resolving Relationship Difficulties | week starting 12, 19 & 26 June
It’s All in the Mind - Think Yourself Happy | week starting 3, 10, 17, 24 Jul
Dealing with the Inevitable, Accepting the Unavoidable | week starting 31 Jul, 7, 14, 21 Aug
Daily Rituals for Inner Peace | week starting 28 Aug, 4, 11 & 18 Sep