Petersfield – Overcome Stress & Anxiety Half Day Workshop: Sat 1st Oct
Learn how Buddhist meditation can help you understand what causes anxiety and stress and how these simple meditation techniques can help you gain confidence in dealing with anxiety and stressful situations.
About the course
Stress, anxiety and worry are endemic in our busy, fast paced life. It is hard to give yourself the time and space needed to relax and let go of the thoughts that cause our anxiety. Once anxiety is arisen in its full force, it is hard to know what to do and how to cope with it.
In this workshop, Gen Lekma will use Buddha’s extraordinary understanding of the mind to help you discover the inner causes of anxiety and what you can do both to prevent it from arising and dealing with it once it has arisen. By training in simple meditation techniques you will gain confidence in dealing with anxiety and stressful situations.
You will learn:
- How to protect yourself from anxiety and stress
- What to do when anxiety arises
- How to create a future free from anxiety and worry
Limited space, please pre-book
Gen Lekma is the Resident Teacher at KMC Southampton. She is a senior Buddhist nun with more than 30 years of teaching and meditation experience and she has taught in England and the United States for much of this time. Her clear, profound and entertaining talks express the path of wisdom and meditation in a way that is ideally suited for people of the modern world. She is greatly cherished by her students for her warm, light and wise example
When is it?
Saturday 1st Oct 10am – 1pm
1st Session 10.00am to 11.00
2nd Session 11.45am to 1.00pm
What does it cost?
Directions – The venue is situated in a room in the centre of the physic garden. Come to the main building and you will find the room is just through the small reception area.
Physic Garden, Rams Walk, High St, Petersfield GU32 3JJ
Parking: The Garden is situated in the middle of the High Street opposite Marks & Spencer behind the offices of Mackarness & Lunt. There is ample paid parking in the Waitrose Car Park to the rear of the garden.