How to Solve our Human Problems: The Four Noble Truths
Resident teacher at Newcastle's Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Mick Marcon will be at Cessnock Library on Thursday 10 October from 5.30-6.30pm for a free talk about the book How to Solve Our Human Problems: The Four Noble Truths.
Mick has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism for over 15 years and has taught meditation and Buddhism in Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne, Taree, Forster and Port Macquarie.
The practices in this fascinating book are the teachings of the Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, a meditation master and internationally renowned teacher of Buddhism.
In How to Solve Our Human Problems, Geshe Kelsang explains how we can easily apply this teaching to our modern day lives and begin to experience the taste of true and lasting happiness. The book also contains an exceptional section on how to overcome anger.
Library Services Co-ordinator, Rose-marie Walters said this talk is a great opportunity for those who are interested in learning more about the Buddhist practice and applying the methods presented to their own lives.
“Many of us seek inner peace at some stage of our busy modern lives, and Cessnock City Library is pleased to host an expert to help you achieve this.”
“October is also Mental Health month and this talk is around supporting mental wellbeing, health and giving our community an opportunity to learn more about mindfulness skills,” added Rose-marie.
This event is free, but bookings are essential. Book your spot today online under “Events and Bookings” at libraries.cessnock.nsw.gov.au, or by phoning Cessnock Library on 4993 4399.