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These courses are suitable for complete beginners and have had an excellent success rate.
Gelong Thubten, above, visits KSD Highlands on a regular basis to help us develop Compassion-based Mindfulness, meditation and Buddhist teachings.
Thubten teaches Mindfulness internationally, including in the corporate world to companies such as Google, Linkedin, Lufthansa, HSBC and has co-written a book with Ruby Wax called How to be Human: the Manual. His own book, A Monk's Guide to Happiness will be published by Hodder and Stoughton on June 13.
To see some of Gelong Thubten’s online talks, please go to our Links page
During this year we will offer meditation and mindfulness techniques, relaxation and life management skills here in the Highlands, brought to you from the West’s first and largest Tibetan Buddhist Centre, Samye Ling in the Scottish Borders.
Come along to one of our Wednesday evening meditation and mindfulness sessions – they are run on a drop-in, donation basis and take place in the beautiful, peaceful setting of the Chapel, next to UHI headquarters on Ness Walk, Inverness, from 7.00pm – 8.30pm.
Through the rest of the year we will also be holding mindfulness meditation for beginners’ introductory and follow-on courses as well as traditional Tibetan Buddhist pujas plus weekend workshops and film nights.
You are also very welcome to become involved in our exciting plans to set up a peace and health centre here in the Highlands and our activities are open to anyone who has a strong interest in developing their minds for the better, learning new life-skills and caring for ourselves, other people and our environment.
Please email us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or see more on this website. You are very welcome.
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