Taught by Gen Kelsang Chokyi, Buddhist nun and Resident Teacher at AKBC, the Wednesday night meditation class gives us an opportunity to go deeper into Buddhist philosophy and meditation experience. Each class includes a short discussion and two guided meditations. Everyone is welcome.

$10 • $5/seniors & students/free to members | $35 unlimited membership

339 Ives Street at Waterman Street | Providence • 02906 | 401.400.1657

Anger is not fun. It ruins a good day, a good relationship, a good life! The reason we get angry is that we allow our mind to remain on an object that is likely to stimulate anger. If we catch our mind as soon as it starts to focus on such an object it is quite easy to prevent anger from arising and to channel our thoughts in a more constructive direction.

We each have a tremendous potential for peace, joy and positivity in our mind, but anger, irritation and frustration can rob us of our happiness and mental well-being. During this course we will explore practical solutions to the problem of anger, deconstructing its causes and learning how to transform this painful habit of mind through training in meditation and Buddhist psychology.

Teachings will be based on the books: How to Solve Your Human Life, How to Understand the Mind and The Bodhisattva's Way of Life written by the fully accomplished meditation master Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche

Sep 5   The Psychology of Blaming: Anger in Relationships

Sep 12  Why We Get Angry at Ourself and Others

Sep 19  The Art of Acceptance: Responding Constructively

Sep 26  Expectations and Anger

Oct 3     Transforming Painful Feelings

Oct 10    Everything Depends Upon Other Things

Oct 17   Anger Hurts, Compassion Heals