Self Care – A Buddhist Approach Special Event: Thu 2nd June

£15.00

Through practical teachings and guided meditations, learn how to address anxiety and take care of your emotional wellbeing without feeling guilty or selfish.

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Self Care – A Buddhist Approach Special Event: Thu 2nd June

Through practical teachings and guided meditations, learn how to address anxiety and take care of your emotional wellbeing without feeling guilty or selfish.

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About the course

Using Buddhist wisdom and her years of experience, Kadam Bridget will explain how to care and carve out time for yourself without feeling selfish or guilty.
Superficial affirmations are not enough to let go of ingrained habits that stop you from doing what you need to do to look after yourself. These habits will continue to shape your life and obscure your true potential until you address them directly.

Through practical instructions and guided Buddhist meditations, Kadam Bridget will explain how to become your own protector.
Having this discipline is an essential tool for being able to cope with the stresses and strains of daily life. This way we can learn how to be more effective and deal more easily when life is challenging.

You will:

  • Learn how to care for yourself effectively and bring wellbeing to your life
  • Become more balanced and wise with your approach to self-care
  • See how to protect yourself from guilty over-working

The format

IN PERSON (limited capacity)

LIVE ONLINE (via Zoom webinar – no camera is needed from your side) & on demand available for 7 days

The teacher

Kadam Bridget Heyes

Kadam Bridget Heyes is a senior disciple of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso who has been practicing for over 30 years. She is the Resident Teacher at Nagarjuna KMC and the NKT-IKBU National Spiritual Director of the UK.

When is it?

Thu 2nd June, 7pm – 8:30pm

What does it cost?

£15

Additional information

Choose an option

In Person, Online