Public Lecture: Working with disturbing emotions in Diamond Way Buddhism

By Sunday Lecture, Buddhist Centre Event on 21st May 2017 at 2:00 pm in London Diamond Way Buddhist Centre, London. Price £7

On Sunday 21st May 2017, the London Diamond Way Buddhist centre is pleased to invite you to a public lecture. The topic will be “Buddhism in daily life” and the talk will be given by Roman Lauš, a lay Buddhist teacher from the Czech Republic.

In Diamond Way teachings one uses the force of strong emotions as fuel for development. Buddha teaches how the same energy that creates our disturbing feelings actually is the basis for the great richness of wisdom that mind can express. This lecture will introduce a Buddhist view on emotions and the methods that are used to work with them in a meaningful way that aims for human development.

Roman Lauš took refuge with Lama Ole Nydahl in 1998 in Brno, Czech Republic. He is the part-owner of a desktop publishing company. Roman has been teaching Diamond Way Buddhism since 2003 and has served as Editor-in-Chief of the Czech “Buddhism Today” magazine for the past ten years. In 2000, Roman and a few friends from the Brno Center founded the publishing house “White Umbrella.”

Time: 2pm
Suggested donation: £7
Venue: London Diamond Way Buddhist Centre, The Beaufoy, 39 Black Prince Road, London SE11 6JJ