STRESS FREE LIVING
A Public Talk
with Buddhist Nun Gen Kelsang Lhachog
Sunday 6th May, 11am – 12.30pm
at Nobles Park Pavillion, Douglas
Cost: ONLY £5
Life is full of challenges. We cannot control what happens to us but we can learn to choose how we respond.
Stress is the difference between what we want to happen and what is actually happening. Whether we like it or not it is happening. If we can change things then there is no need to get stressed. If we can’t change things then there is also no point in getting stressed.
Gen Lhachog will explain practical methods to respond positively and creatively to life’s difficulties, so we can learn to relax and let go, live lightly and peacefully.
This public talk is open to everyone and includes some guided meditation. Whether you experience stress or not we can never know what will happen in the future and these methods are applicable to all our daily struggles with people and situations.
Please book in advance if you can or just turn up on the day. There will be refreshments served at the end of the event and a shop selling books, meditation CD’s and other items.
Nobles Park Pavillion, Douglas, IM2 4BD
There is on-site parking and the community room is accessed by the door on the right hand side of the building and upstairs.
Gen Kelsang Lhachog is the Resident Teacher at KMC Manchester. She is an ordained Buddhist nun who has been practising and teaching Buddhism and meditation for over 18 years, living and studying for 8 years at Manjushri KMC the mother centre of the New Kadampa Tradition. she has been resident with us in Manchester for 8 years.
Gen Lhachog teaches through her experience of life which makes Buddha’s teachings so accessible to all. With her warm approach and extensive knowledge of Buddhist teachings, as well as her clear and relaxed manner, she inspires us to practice in our daily lives.