Would you welcome ways to help you move through challenging times? Would you like to look at the seemingly relentless appearance of turmoil and worry in your life in a fresh, new light? And emerge stronger, calmer and wiser by dealing with adversity differently?
Buddhist philosophy traditionally views life’s inevitable pain and difficulties as a pathway to wisdom. Trying times are seen as opportunities to work positively towards strengthening our spiritual practice, with personal suffering a means of enlarging our capacity for compassion. Viewing hardships in this way is itself transformative.
Chenrezig Institute at Eudlo in the Sunshine coast hinterland offers an insightful weekend in this very subject, called Thriving in difficult times.
The ancient Buddhist text Taking suffering onto the path forms the backbone of this unique weekend course, led by resident Tibetan lama Geshe Phuntsok Tsultrim. This centuries-old essential teaching can help you better deal with life’s demands and struggles, and is as relevant, perceptive and fresh today as it was hundreds of years ago.
Learn effective and practical methods that you can apply immediately to your life, to help you deal more effectively with distress, emotional disturbance and life’s dramas.
Thriving in difficult times
With: Geshe Phuntsok Tsultrim
When: Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 October 2015
What time: 9.00 - 3.00 (please arrive at least ten minutes early)
Where: Chenrezig Institute, 33 Johnsons Road, Eudlo.
Investment: $110 (less 10% for concession)
To Book: phone Chenrezig Institute on 5453 2108 or book online at www.chenrezig.com.au
Relax at the Big Love café with home-made cakes, traditional chai and delicious vegetarian food. For catering purposes, please book online for lunch before 10.00am.
A range of reasonably priced accommodation is available, should you wish to stay with us. Book online or call us.
Chenrezig Institute, Eudlo
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