THE POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING
Special Public Talk & Meditation
with International guest speaker
Gen-la Kelsang Thubten
Thurs 29 June | 7 – 8.30pm
Join us for an inspirational evening exploring the power of a positive mind with Kadampa Buddhist Monk Gen-la Kelsang Thubten. Learn rare, authentic and powerful methods to change your mind from negative to positive and discover your untapped potential.
In this special talk Gen-la Thubten will guide us through insightful teachings and clear meditation that offer practical solutions to the problems of daily life. Learn how to cultivate and maintain peaceful states of mind, and how to remain calm and resilient in the face of life’s challenges. Drawing on authentic Buddhist teachings, Gen-la will reveal the inner causes of stress and anxiety and how lasting peace and happiness always depend upon the mind.
Gen-la Kelsang Thubten has been a student of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over 40 years. Having taught internationally for many years, Gen-la brings a wealth of practical and meditative experience to his teachings
This public talk is perfect for both those with some or no experience of meditation.
This event is expected to sell out, book early to reserve your place.
7.00 – 8.30pm – Pubic Talk
8.30 – 9.15pm – Light refreshments
Fees: £10 | members £7
Venue: KMC Edinburgh, 172 Leith Walk, EH6 5EA
Gen-la Kelsang Thubten is a senior Teacher of Modern Buddhism who has been a disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over forty years and was the principal editor for many of his books. Having taught internationally for many years, Gen-la brings a wealth of practical and meditative experience to his teachings. He is renowned for his ability to present the many deep meanings contained within Venerable Geshe-la’s books and to show how to integrate these meanings into daily life.
Kadampa Meditation Centre
172 Leith Walk,
Pay and display parking has recently been introduced into the local area around the Centre. However, there is no charge for street parking after 5.30pm on week days.