How To Be Kind To Yourself

A Meditation Day Course in Maclean
Sun 17 Feb · 10am–1pm · $40

In our modern media-centric world it can be hard to be happy with ourselves, constantly comparing ourselves to others and feeling bad. If we are excessively self-critical we will turn in upon ourselves and become discouraged and depressed, and this will make it very difficult for us to fulfil our wishes for happiness.
At this workshop, Gen Tsalden will explain Buddhist meditation practices through which we can develop the inner qualities that enable us to be happy no matter what situations life brings, thus being truly kind to ourselves.

On this day course Gen Kelsang Tsalden will explain how to:

• how to develop inner qualities that make us happy
• how to truly accept who we are

Everybody is welcome to attend this course, regardless of experience. During the day you will receive practical teachings on this subject. The course will also include short guided meditations that will give rise to a peaceful feeling in the mind and improve your ability to solve your daily problems effectively.

What to expect at a day course

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Light refreshments included.

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The Teacher

Gen Kelsang Tsalden is a fully ordained Australian Buddhist nun who has practised Kadampa Buddhism for over 14 years, training in Sydney and the UK. With over 10 years experience as a Resident Teacher her clear, inspiring teachings and gentle manner make Buddhist wisdom accessible to all.

Details & Bookings


Date & Time

Sun 17 Feb · 10am–1pm
Doors Open 9.30am

The Venue

Maclean Civic Hall
50 River St, Maclean


Fee & Bookings

$40 – includes light refreshments. Booking is essential.

Member Registration

There is no additional charge for Ganden KBC Members. To learn more about membership click here.

What to expect at a course

Half-day courses are a special opportunity to take some time out to receive practical teachings that focus on solving a particular problem we are trying to resolve in our daily life.