SPECIAL EVENT - BOUNDLESS ENERGY
SATURDAY 25 JUNE
With GEN KELSANG TUBCHEN
SPECIAL EVENT – BOUNDLESS ENERGY
With Visiting Guest Teacher Gen Kelsang Tubchen
Saturday 25 June | 2 – 4.45pm | in-person & online
We are delighted to welcome Gen Kelsang Tubchen, Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Aberdeen, to teach this special event. An inspiring and gifted teacher, Gen Tubchen is known for her clear and practical teachings, which have power to touch the hearts of listeners, solve daily problems and illuminate the profound meaning of Buddha’s teachings. We hope you can join us for this special event.
What is energy and where does our energy come from? In our modern era it is so common to feel tired, depleted and lacking in motivation.
This half day course will focus on concentration & compassion meditations to renew, increase and sustain your energy even in the face of sickness or other challenges.
Discover how to attain lasting happiness and in turn benefit others through applying energy to your spiritual practices.
It is said that compassion finds the suffering of others unbearable but does not make us depressed. In fact it gives us tremendous energy to work for others and to complete the spiritual path for their sake – shattering our complacency in the process
fee: £15 | members free | In-person & online – livestreamed & 72 hour catch up
Venue: At KMC Edinburgh, 172 Leith Walk, EH6 5EA
Gen Kelsang Tubchen is the Resident Teacher at KMC Aberdeen and began practising Kadampa Buddhism in Scotland almost 20 years ago. She spent nine years in Norway as the Resident Teacher of Nordic Kadampa Meditation Centre and was the National Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition in the Nordic region from 2013 – 2018 teaching through-out the Nordic region. More recently she has been the Resident Teacher at KMC Glasgow.
Gen Tubchen has been a dedicated, close disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for many years, receiving ordination from him in 2003. An inspiring and gifted teacher, she is loved for her clear, powerful and practical teachings and her insightful retreat experience. She has a deep wish to share the benefits of meditation with others and her teachings touch the hearts of listeners and illuminate the profound meaning of Dharma.
Kadampa Meditation Centre
172 Leith Walk,
Street parking currently free in this area.
While tram work continues there is only southbound traffic on Leith Walk, towards the Centre.
Buses can be taken to Easter Road, then cut across Lorne Street onto Leith Walk.