According to Buddhism of all our negative minds, anger is the most destructive. Yet many believe anger is a force for change, not understanding the destruction it actually causes.
In this course, we’ll learn to become a scientist of our own mind, seeing which states make us peaceful and strong and which cause emotional problems and damage relationships.
We will explore the following and more:
- Can you fight for what you believe in without anger
- Does anger create change or does it stifle it?
- Is anger a natural part of being human?
- Is anger ever justified?
We’ll also learn how meditation can help to reduce our reliance on anger and eventually eradicate it from our minds altogether.
Gen Kelsang Dornying is the Resident Teacher of both Kadampa Meditation Centre Australia, Kadampa Meditation Centre Melbourne, Darwin and Alice Springs. He has been teaching Kadam Dharma in Australia for over 16 years. He is an inspiring and light-hearted teacher of modern Buddhism who makes Buddha’s teachings clear, accessible and applicable to modern life.
Gen Dornying teaches the Teacher Training Program, The Foundation Program, and most of the special courses at KMCA.