Fri 10 Dec – Your Mind – the Gateway to Happiness


Mind as Creator – How we can change our reality

with Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Lhachog

11am – 12pm

In-person at our Chorlton Centre – NO NEED TO BOOK, JUST COME ON THE DAY

Online – Please book below


Our mind is with us 24 hours a day every day. It can make us laugh or make us cry. It can cause us to love. It can cause us to hate. It can lead us to bliss or plunge us into sorrow. It can make us happy and destroy that same happiness in an instant. Like a balloon in the wind, we just don’t know where it is going or what is coming next. Yet we barely know what it is. How can we be mindful if we don’t know what our mind is?

What exactly is our mind? How does it work? And how can we learn to control it? With a clearer perspective on our mind our life becomes happier, more balanced and moves steadily forward. This course will explain how to use our own mind to make this transformation for ourselves.



  • ATTENDING IN-PERSON: We look forward to seeing you. Due to the current restrictions we do need everyone to adhere to the following requests.  Please arrive just before the class starts and wear a face covering.  These may be removed once you are seated. We have hand sanitizer at reception.  For full guidelines click here.
  • ATTENDING ONLINE: When you book you will receive a ‘thank you for your order’ email that will contain the link to view the class (shown in ‘Product Information’). Please also note; there will be a 2nd link to watch later for up to 5 days (also given in ‘Product Information’). If you have any difficulties or do not receive the links, please email kmcmanchester.info@gmail.com.

Gen Lhachog - Resident Teacher KMC Manchester


Gen Kelsang Lhachog is a Buddhist nun, and the resident teacher at KMC Manchester. She has been a student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for over 20 years.

Gen Lhachog teaches from her experience of life, making Buddha’s teachings accessible to all. With her warm approach and relaxed manner, she inspires us to practice in our busy daily lives.