Fri 25 June – Breaking Bad Habits


Friday 25 June, 11am – 12pm

at our Chorlton Centre

Breaking Bad Habits – Humility vs Pride

We don’t particularly like people who are puffed up with pride! Yet we can feel that being strong and confident depends upon these qualities.  However in Buddhism humility is seen to the strongest of minds that wants to put others first.

with Kadampa Teacher Ben


9 in stock


A 4 week course based on Geshe Kelsang Gyatso’s book ‘How to Understand the Mind’

Buddha teaches that the cause of all of our suffering is our bad mental habits, also known as delusions or negative states of mind.  Through beginning to identify these bad habits functioning within our mind we can overcome them by developing their opponent, a good mental habit or positive state of mind.  Over these four weeks we will explore some of our common negative attitudes and start to see how we can develop their opposite positive attitudes.


  • ATTENDING IN-PERSON: We look forward to seeing you. When you book you will receive a confirmation email. 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.  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.