Veracruz, Mexico: Working with Destructive Emotions Retreat
May 4 @ 6:00 pm - May 7 @ 1:00 pm CDT
A Compassionate Approach with Ven. Tenzin Tsepal
A retreat at Campus Calazans Universidad Cristobal Colon Veracruz.
The Buddha said that our wellbeing essentially comes from the mind. Therefore it’s important for us to understand the nature of our mind, how it is pure, separate from the destructive emotions that cause mental and physical suffering and illness.
Understanding the central role played by karma and mental habits like anger, attachment, selfishness, fear and guilt, builds confidence that destructive emotions are temporary, not permanent or lasting, and can be subdued and transformed.
Developing positive attitudes like compassion, self-acceptance, forgiveness and wisdom are the real inner medicines that heal our mind and the causes of our problems. Please join us to learn the keys to inner well-being and happiness.
Contact Ceclia Garces for information: 229 3655192