Title: The Path to Inner Peace – Meditations For a Happy and Meaningful Life
Location: Amoghasiddhi Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Attleborough
Dates:  Thursdays 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Costs: See below

These classes will look at developing a path to inner peace in our mind, which will increase our concentration and our capacity for spiritual practice through meditation.

Buddha, the founder of Buddhism appeared in this world in 624 BC. Just as doctors give different medicine for people with different illnesses, so Buddha gave different teachings for people with different problems and capacities. One of the most important of these is ‘The Perfection of Wisdom Sutra’, and to help us understand how to integrate these teachings into our daily life, the Buddhist master Atisha wrote, ‘Lamp to the Path to Enlightenment’, also known as the Stages of the Path, or Lamrim.

Gen Kelsang Yankyi will be our guide though each stage on the path to enlightenment, which was first laid-out and explained by the teachers of this ancient wisdom.


  • Foundation

1 – Introduction

  • The Initial Scope

2 – Our Precious Human Life

3 – Death and Impermanence

4 – What’s Next

5 – Refuge and Reliance

6 – Karma

7 – Beginning to walk the Path

  • The Intermediate Scope

8 – True Sufferings Part 1

9 – True Sufferings Part 2

10 – True Origins

11 – True Cessations

12 – The Three Higher Training’s

  • The Great Scope

13 – Developing Equanimity

14 – Recognizing That All Living Beings are Our Mothers

15 – Remembering the Kindness of All Living Beings

16 – Equalizing Self and Others

17 – The Disadvantages of Self-Cherishing

18 – The Advantages of Cherishing Others

19 – Exchanging Self With Others

20 – Great Compassion

21 – Wishing Love

22 – The Mind of Enlightenment

28/01/21 – Tranquil Abiding

04/02/21 – The Emptiness of the Body

11/02/21 – The Emptiness of the Self

18/02/21 – Relying Upon a Spiritual Guide

The books, ‘The New Meditation Handbook’ and ‘Modern Buddhism’ will be referred to throughout the course.

Physical versions of both books available via; https://tharpa.com/

A digital version of ‘Modern Buddhism’ is freely accessible via; http://emodernbuddhism.com/

Class Structure

The classes take place on a Tuesday here at Amoghasiddhi Kadampa Buddhist Centre and are attended by the Centre’s residents. You are able to join us at the time of the classes via live-stream, with a 48 hours catch up.

The classes follow a steady progression throughout the weeks, but also can function as single self-contained class and are suitable for all levels of experience.

If you would like a class that has passed, please request which in an email at; info@meditateinnorfolk.org

Lastly, if you cannot afford the full price of the classes, then email us at; ad@meditateinnorfolk.org

About the Teacher:

Gen Kelsang Yankyi is the Resident Teacher of Amoghasiddhi KBC and has been studying and teaching Kadampa Buddhist meditations for over twenty-six years. She is loved for her gentle and joyful approach and her ability to present Buddha’s teachings in a clear and down to earth manner making them easy to practice.

Booking information & costs

Everybody is welcome. These classes are suitable for all levels of experience
Booking: Please book using PayPal below or call us on 01953 451937.
Cost: £5.00 per class or £18.00 for five classes.
Membership: This class is free for members. (click here for more information on membership)

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The Path to Inner Peace