Dealing with difficult people

SATURDAY 24 APRIL, 2-3.30PM

LIVE-STREAMED (available to watch the replay up to 72 hours after the live class)

Do you ever have those days where it seems everybody else has got out of bed with the sole purpose of annoying you? Or where particular people seem intent on pushing your buttons? We all have those days and we all have those people: some who are deliberately hurtful or obstructive, others who just seem blind to our feelings. We may be very fortunate in our relationships or know how to navigate our way with a skilful mind. Maybe not. But don’t despair. Meditation gives us that skilful mind. Meditation makes us fortunate.

Gen-la Kunsang will help us to identify and develop special attitudes and mental skills which protect us from being upset, irritated or hurt by other people. And, as there is no way we can avoid people, these are skills we definitely need. Otherwise, we can only resort to anger, retaliation, withdrawal or hardening our heart.

So, let’s learn how to improve all our relationships, to withstand the pressure and become a happy and skilful “people person”. Let’s learn how to make others feel better for having met us.

How the course is run

A link will be sent to your email address just before the class start time and will remain valid for three days. If you don’t receive an email, please check your junk mail as it may have landed there!

Price

£10/ course. Free with membership

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Genla-Kunsang

Gen-la Kelsang Kunsang is the principal teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Edinburgh. She is highly experienced, well-respected and has been a close disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for more than 25 years. She is also the National Spiritual Director of Austria, Switzerland and South Africa and teaches at National Festivals. She has won the admiration and affection of many students through her pure example and loving-kindness.
Her teachings are powerful and clear.