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Date(s) - 14/03/2020
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Jamyang Buddhist Centre

What is kindness, and why is it so important at the moment? Is it possible to develop our natural capacity for kindness? How can we show more kindness to ourselves, to the people we are close to, and to the wider world?

Drawing on our own experience together with scientific findings and the philosophical and psychological teachings, this will be a relaxed and informal workshop with plenty of time for shared exploration and discussion.

Suitable for people of all ages, cultures and faiths. Held at Jamyang Buddhist Centre, Leeds.

Suggested donation, £25.

Alison Murdoch is an expert facilitator in resilience and wellbeing with over thirty years’ experience in the statutory and third sectors. From 2017-18 she was commissioned by the NHS Practitioners Health Project to develop and run a series of workshops around the UK called ‘Survive and Thrive,’ designed to help GPs to strengthen their capacity to avoid burnout and deal with stress.

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To book contact smile@jamyangleeds.co.uk