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Dealing with Anger: A Meditation Workshop
Anger is a highly destructive emotion. When we become angry, we end up saying and doing things that we regret later. And the more we dwell on unhappy thoughts, the quicker our anger and aggression escalates.
Buddha identified anger as one of the main causes that make us unhappy. Fortunately, Buddhist philosophy is rich in methods that can help us overcome anger at the deepest level, rather than its mere outward expressions.
Dealing with Anger is a one-day guided meditation workshop based on the Buddhist teachings of H.E. Tsem Rinpoche. Our senior pastors will introduce you to various forms of anger meditation and guide you through experiential exercises designed to help you process your anger and achieve a more positive state of mind. Whether you’re new to meditation or a seasoned practitioner, this workshop is for you.
GEN LOBSANG PHULJUNG
Novice monk, British ex-pat and lover of Buddhist philosophy. Frequently spotted wandering around Kechara Forest Retreat chanting mantras or with his head buried in a book at his desk.
Senior pastor, reluctant writer, lover of Buddhist art, published author, and longtime student of H.E. Tsem Rinpoche. Read more of his writings at davidlai.me.