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Jamyang Bath Buddhist Group
A place to study Buddhism from the Tibetan tradition, to meditate and discuss with like-minded people
Geshe Kelsang Wangmo
How Things Exist:
a Buddhist view of reality
The extent to which we are not in touch with the way things exist is the extent to which we suffer and, in turn, the extent to which we harm others. Geshe Kelsang Wangmo will explain how to overcome suffering and find ultimate happiness and peace, based on The Heart Sutra.
Born and raised in Germany, Geshe Kelsang Wangmo made history in 2011 by becoming the first female Geshe (PhD equivalent) in Tibetan Buddhism. Since 2004 she has taught Buddhist philosophy classes, in English, to Westerners living in Dharamsala, and now gives teachings at centres around the world.
Wednesday 12th November 7.30pm
Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution, 16–18 Queen Square, Bath BA1 2HN
Suggested donation to cover costs: £7 at the door
Wednesday 3rd December: Geshe Sherab will be teaching on compassion
Current Weekly Course
Making Life Meaningful
What blocks us from having a worthwhile, happy life? How do we make life meaningful? Join us as we investigate a Buddhist approach to these topics, with presentations, lively discussion and meditations.
This course is suitable for those new to Buddhist ideas, who would like an introduction to their relevance in everyday life, and those who would like to deepen their knowledge and experience.
Presented by Kay Cooper and Gordon McDougall, experienced class facilitators.
Dates: Wednesdays 10th September – 26th November
7.30 pm at New Oriel Hall
Suggested donation to cover costs: £5