This three-week course explores Buddhist practices to understand difficult emotions and transform them. We will explore how these emotions arise, why they stay, and how to let them go. Our
This three-week course explores Buddhist practices to understand difficult emotions and transform them. We will explore how these emotions arise, why they stay, and how to let them go. Our classes are group sharing sessions, allowing participants to actively participate in the discussion if they wish, finding support and friendship with like-minded people.
About the speaker: Tina Ng is the Founder and President of the Metta Centre and also the Principal Solicitor of Metta Legal, a law firm that deals with cases relating to family law, child protection, property, civil litigation and guardianship matters. She is an accredited mediator at Metta Resolution, which provides mediation, training and coaching to resolve conflict in the community and within families. Tina has a keen interested in supporting the youth, and has run various mentoring programs through her business and projects. She has organised various events, has played the role of coordinator, emcee, and auctioneer at charity functions. She has shared the Buddha’s teachings in conferences, talks, workshops, and in her writings.
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(Tuesday) 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Metta Centre, Western Sydney
Metta Centre, 2/7-9 Cross Street, Bankstown NSW 2200
Metta Centrecontact@mettacentre.com or phone 02 9708 6200