In situations of conflict, or when things simply don't go our way, we tend to become angry easily. We even think anger will help us to appear as strong, and show others our power. But how is anger serving us? The state of mind of anger leaves a trail of broken relationships, lost opportunities, and painful feelings in its wake.
In this workshop, you'll learn:
- How to understand the state of mind of anger and how it controls us
- How to transform pain and hurt
- How to apply practical teachings to let go of anger.
- How to transform the energy of anger into a centered, skillful and creative response that opens us up to resolutions and new possibilities.
Register below. Everyone is welcome! $25 / free for monthly members. This event will be held online via a Zoom webinar. After registering for a class below you will receive the Zoom details. This class is also available for replay for 48 hours.
This special workshop will be based on the book, How to Solve our Human Problems. You can purchase a paper copy or a digital copy HERE.
Want to go deeper? Check out the Foundation Program for a systematic study of Buddha’s teachings that can provide you with a foundation for a strong daily practice.
This special event is being offered by livestream for residents of Massachusetts*, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine (*except those living in southern Plymouth county, Bristol county, Cape Cod and the islands; for those areas please visit our sister center at www.meditationinnewbedford.org).
Susan Hills Nelson enjoys finding ways to integrate Buddha's teachings, Dharma into her various roles as attorney, mother, partner, sister, teacher, daughter, and friend. Susan started attending KMC South Carolina in 2009, the same year she passed the Bar exam. She has employed meditation techniques over the past eleven years to help de-stress and lighten the intensity of her legal career. She joined the Foundation Program and later the Teacher Training Program. Susan is now part of KMC Boston where she teaches Meditation for Children on Sunday mornings. Susan loves making dharma easily accessible by using stories that touch people's hearts and inspire them. Susan also enjoys making dharma fun for children with the help of Kadampa picture books, songs, and plays.
Joe Kovaz was first introduced to the New Kadampa Tradition at Kadampa Meditation Center South Carolina in 2009. After several years of study in General Program classes and formally in Foundation Program and Teacher Training Program classes, Joe began teaching meditation classes at KMC South Carolina several years ago. Joe especially cherishes the opportunity to teach meditation classes to beginners and seeks ways to make his classes very practical and meaningful for participants.
- Free from Anger
June 5, 2021
10:00 am - 1:00 pm