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Tools for Happiness: How We Think and Act With Tsultrim


Sat 28 Sep 2019, 9:00am–4:30pm
Sun 29 Sep 2019, 9:00am–3:30pm

Where: Chenrezig Institute, 33 Johnsons Road, Eudlo, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Facility Fee: $108.00
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How we think determines how we act, and the way we act affects how we experience our lives.

Unfortunately, most of us are caught in patterns of negative thoughts—anger, frustration, regret and self-hatred - that lead to us to act in destructive ways. But just as an athlete trains their body, we can train and transform our minds. In doing so, we can free ourselves from our habitual patterns and explore new ways of living—with joy, patience, contentment, and delight.

This workshop provides straightforward tools for developing happiness and meaning in everyday life by focusing on how we think and how we act. We learn the deeper value of kindness, forgiveness, patience, honesty and generosity. It is suitable for people of all ages, faiths, and cultural backgrounds; using everyday language for people from any or no spiritual tradition.

This is a paired workshop with Tools for Happiness: How we Interact and Find Meaning which will be on the 30th of November and 1st December. You don't have to do both workshops—but doing the two will give you all the tools you need to radically change your life!

Ven. Tsultrim is a counsellor with a Masters of International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution. She has worked extensively with people at risk of suicide and their family and friends over many years.

Tsultrim has spent time in the the last few years in retreat in India and Nepal. She has great confidence that by cultivating our kindness, compassion and wisdom we can develop resilience, strength and courage that will help us in our daily lives.

Meals and accommodation available separately.