Location(s)

This event is held in both Kensington and Morden.

Kensington City Meditation Space – 27-33 Earls Court Road London W8 6ED

Morden World Peace Temple – 1a Ashridge Way London SM4 4EF

Kadam Lucy Public Talk | Tue 26 March in Morden | Wed 27 March in Kensington | 7-8.30pm

£15.00£20.00

Silence the Inner Critic

Many of us have an unhelpful inner critic, a painful habit of thinking that not only disturbs our mental peace but also holds us back from being the person we want to be or living the way we want to live. Through meditation and Buddha’s wisdom we can learn to recognize this inner critic in our life and our relationships, and let it go. By coming to accept ourselves happily within an understanding of our enormous capacity for freedom and growth, we can awaken a source of deep fulfillment from within.

50% discount for this Special Event for Silver Members | Free for Gold & Platinum Members

Booking

Teacher(s)

kadam lucy public talk | tue 26 march in morden | tue 27 march in kensington | 7 8.30pmKadam Lucy James is an internationally-renowned teacher, and is the Resident Teacher of KMC Colorado. She is one of the senior teachers of Kadampa Buddhism, and has taught extensively in England, Florida and San Francisco – and helped set up many thriving meditation centers in the past 40 years.

She is regularly invited to teach courses around the United States and Europe due to her ability to present both simple and profound subjects with great clarity.

Kadam Lucy is appreciated for her deep wisdom, clear mind and inspiring yet practical presentation of Buddha’s teachings and meditations. She is very skilled at explaining how to make these teachings immediately effective in our busy modern lives to help both ourselves and everyone around us.

Schedule

What it's like at our classes...

Quick facts for newcomers...

What is Meditation?

  • Purpose: Cultivate positive states of mind for peace and well-being.
  • Happiness source: Lies in the mind, not external conditions.
  • Benefits: Reduces stress, anxiety, promotes physical and mental well-being.

Accessible class format

  • Non-sectarian, non-judgmental, and universal.
  • Simple methods to tackle stress and anxiety in modern daily life.

Flexible sitting arrangements

  • Option to sit on a chair or bring a cushion for the floor.

No religious affiliation necessary

  • Not required; accessible to everyone.

Open to all experience levels

  • Beginners welcome; teachings designed to be simple yet profound.

Interaction during classes optional

  • No requirement to speak in front of a group.
  • Questions are welcome.

No physical exercise necessary

  • Focus is on meditation – no yoga or physical exercises.

What to Bring

  • No specific requirements; some find it useful to bring a notepad and pen.

Simple dress code

  • No special requirements; comfortable clothing suggested.

Join a class anytime

  • Classes are self-contained; drop in whenever you can, no need to wait for the next course.

No advanced booking necessary

Everyone is welcome!

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