Topic: The Faults of Anger
To overcome anger we have to learn new ways of responding to frustration. Since it is unreasonable to expect that we can fulfil all our desires, we must cultivate a more realistic and balanced approach to the problems of life. The methods of training our mind in this more realistic approach are included within the practice of patience. The more clearly we understand that the sole function of anger is to make us miserable, the more motivated we shall be to train ourself in patience and defeat this enemy. – Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche
Gen Mila will explain Buddha’s special methods for reducing the power and frequency of our anger habits – and responding more effectively to the anger of others. This is a rare opportunity to learn the middle way of avoiding the harmful effects of our own and others’ anger.
Please contact Anita on 083 233 5756 for more info.
What to expect at a class:
A short guided breathing meditation to connect and experience some inner peace. No prior experience is necessary.
Every week the teachings explore one aspect of Buddha’s teachings, which focus on solutions to our everyday problems.
We conclude with a meditation based on the teaching of that day. You’re welcome to stay for a cup of tea and a chat.
Secure parking inside. Please arrive a few minutes before the class starts to register and settle in. It is helpful to bring a pen and notebook if you would like to take notes.