More than Anger Management

Methods to control, reduce and finally abandon our anger

Mindful Living

Mindful Living Sat 3 Feb 10 – 1 pm £15
Experience inner peace and inspiration throughout the day by combining meditation with mindfulness. If used correctly, they have the power to transform every moment of our lives. Simple and suitable for everyone.

A Peaceful Mind A Peaceful Life

Weekend Away Retreat. A Peaceful Mind, A Peaceful Life Fri 27 – 29 April Madhyamaka KMC, near York. Designed to help us all unwind and discover the power of meditation and mindfulness to create a meaningful peace. Learn also how to maintain that inner peace in normal daily life by transforming everything you meet into a meaningful experience. Previous experience not required.

Healing the Past

Healing the Past Sat 19 May 10 – 1 pm £15
Many of us find it difficult to let go of the hurt from the past, and move on with confidence and hope. Learn how to see past events in a more realistic and positive way that will encourage forgiveness and acceptance.

Living Without frsutration

Living Without Frustration Sat 16 Jun 10.30 – 12 pm £6 Learn how to overcome daily frustration and irritation using the power of patience. In this way we will become happier, more relaxed and be able to benefit those around us.

Anger is a painful mind that focuses on an unattractive obejct and wishes to harm it. However anger is an exaggerated or unrealistc mind because the faulty obejct it holds does not in fact exist, it is merely a creation of our own inappropriate attention.

Anger has no good qualities. Whenever we develop anger it immediately destroys our peace of mind and even our body becomes tense and uncomfortable. Anger makes it difficult to sleep and it makes it hard to enjoy our normal pleasures. One of the most destructive effects of anger is that it robs us of our reason and good sense, making it impossible to respond constructively to adversity.

At Heart Jewel Centre we teach methods to recognize, reduce and finally prevent it from arsing at all. First we need to recognize it in our own mind, where it comes from and understand how it harms both ourself and others. We then need to apply practical methods such as patience, love and compassion. Anger arises in responce to bad feelings in our mind. By investigating their nature and where they come from, we can learn to stop blaming circumstances and other people for the way we feel. This wisdom is the basis for patient acceptance.