How Much Is Enough? (practicing contentment) - Morning Course

Meditation Course with Kelsang Rak-ma

The Indian Buddhist master Nagarjuna said:
‘Always be content. If you practise contentment, even though you have no wealth, you are rich.’
Most of our problems come from endlessly seeking satisfaction where no real satisfaction can be found. We could change our possessions, home or partner countless times, but until we change our restless, discontented mind we will never find real happiness. By freeing our mind from the painful mind of desirous attachment, we can finally rest content and happy.

The Teacher

This course will be taught by the Resident Teacher of Maitreya Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Kelsang Rak-ma.

Rak-ma has been practising  Kadampa Buddhism for nearly twenty years and is known for her clear and down-to-earth teachings.




Saturday 16th October


10am - 1 pm


£15 | £10 Concession | Free for Members



Maitreya Kadampa Buddhist Centre 13 Sea Road, Bexhill-On-Sea. TN40 1EE


(01424) 733 761



SESSION 1 | 10.00 – 11.15AM

TEA BREAK | 11.15 – 11.45AM

SESSION 2 | 11.45 – 1.00PM




Our classes are for everyone who is interested in learning how to meditate, regardless of background or belief. They are designed to give a broad introduction to Buddhist meditation, teachings, and practice. Everyone is invited to use whichever aspects of the teachings they find helpful.

No. Anyone can learn basic meditation and experience the benefits that come from having a peaceful mind.

No. Everyone is welcome, including beginners. All you need is the wish to improve yourself and the quality of your life.

No special clothing is required, come as you are.

No. The classes focus on meditation and teachings alone. You can choose to sit on a chair or meditation cushion.

We are a registered charity run entirely by volunteers, no-one receives a salary. The funds we receive are used to pay for our venues and operating expenses. Although we charge for classes we also offer low-income rates and no one will ever be turned away for lack of funds.

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