Manotick Branch Classes
Tuesday evenings beginning March 5,
at the Manotick Public Library, 5499 South River Drive in Manotick
The Art of Letting Go: Embracing Freedom through Kadampa Buddhism
Embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery with this series of self-contained classes, "The Art of Letting Go: Embracing Freedom through Kadampa Buddhism." In a world filled with stress, attachments, and emotional burdens, this course offers profound teachings and practical tools to help you liberate yourself from the shackles of attachment and find true inner freedom. Drawing from the timeless wisdom of Kadampa Buddhism, you'll explore the art of letting go as a path to profound peace and profound happiness. Through guided meditations, contemplative exercises, and insightful teachings, you'll learn to release negative emotions, attachments, and self-limiting beliefs that hold you back from living a fulfilling life. Discover the power of acceptance, forgiveness, and compassion as you cultivate a heart that is open, resilient, and ready to embrace life's challenges with grace. Join us on this transformative journey and unlock the profound, life-changing art of letting go with inner wisdom as your guide.
Each class includes 2 guided meditations and a teaching. At the end of each class there will be an opportunity to ask questions. You can attend any or all of these great drop-in classes.
Please note there will be a two-week break in these classes - the last two Tuesdays in February. The classes will resume on Tues. March 5.
Tuesday March 5: Letting go of overthinking
Tuesday March 12: No class
Tuesday March 19: Letting go of our need to control things
Tuesday March 26: Letting go of relationship anxiety
Tuesday April 2: Letting go of hurt feelings
Tuesday April 9: Letting go of ego
The teacher for this class is Steve Grover, who has been practising and teaching Buddhist meditation for many years. His classes are practical & inspiring, and are often marked by his great sense of humour.
As conscientious Dharma practitioners, we should observe our own shortcomings instead of being preoccupied with those of other people.