Caring for Staff in Covid Times Help from a Different Source

At this moment in time worldly conditions appear to be getting worse causing many of us to experience difficulties and problems.

Worry and stress arise in the minds of both employers and their staff as they are faced with rapid change, uncertainty and confusion.

It needn’t be like this.

Whatever difficulties we experience come from the side of the mind. If we respond to difficult situations with a positive or peaceful mind they will not be problems for us and so our mind will remain calm and peaceful.

How do we do this?

Through learning to control our mind, transforming it from a negative to a positive state using simple meditation techniques coupled with essential wisdom advice.



Staff Peace Pack

Kadampa Meditation Centre Edinburgh is offering a package of short guided meditations and teachings, carefully crafted to help everyone to cope better with difficult times.

If these are practised consistently it is definite that participants will begin to learn to control their minds, turning their feelings from negative to positive and becoming more peaceful and capable of handling whatever arises in their lives.

If we don’t learn to do this then confusion and negative feelings will continue to increase.

Contact us at 0131 622 1956 and we can discuss what is the best approach for your organisation.

Meditation is one of the best ways to cope with difficult circumstances

By learning how to develop peaceful and positive states of mind we can actually transform how we experience external problems.

This is beneficial for everyone.

Kadampa Meditation Centre Edinburgh’s centre was opened in 2018, but has been organising authentic and practical meditation courses for over 20 years in Scotland. The Centre has a team of highly experienced and qualified meditation teachers and courses are open to everyone. It already offers a number of online meditation classes.

Enquire more by emailing us on [email protected]

The source of the advice given

Modern Buddhism


Buddha’s most profound insight into the nature of the mind remains as revolutionary in our modern world as it was 2500 years ago:

the mind is the source of all happiness and suffering. All of it.

In our courses, this is what we learn - in a very practical way. So that through meditation, we can cultivate authentic happiness, and actualize our greatest potential, and help others do the same.

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