Our states of mind, habitual thoughts and emotions play an important role in shaping our experiences of happiness and suffering in everyday life. In reality though, few of us are really doing much to deal directly with destructive thinking patterns and afflictive emotions. The key to accomplishing this is to understand the deeply ingrained instinct of attachment. FREE TALK! Lake Kawana Community and Arts Centre, located behind Stockland Park on 114 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina parallel to the Nicklin Way (Halls 2 & 3). Venerable Robina has been a Buddhist nun for 34 years and is renowned throughout the world for her unique way of teaching. Born in Australia, an award-winning film, Chasing Buddha, documents her life and includes her work the Liberation Prison Project. She is one of the subjects of an ABC Television Australian Story, Vicki Mackenzie's Why Buddhism? and a film by Christine Lundberg, On the Road Home.
Dealing with Destructive Emotions
Lake Kawana Community and Arts Centre, 114 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina
Thurs 26th April 7pm – 8:30pm
Event Cost: FREE TALK!
Lake Kawana Community and Arts Centre, Bokarina
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