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From the Odiyana Buddhist Centre

We believe that by simply improving external conditions we can be truly happy. Motivated by this belief most countries have made remarkable material progress. However, as we can see, this does not really make us happier or reduce our problems, but instead causes more problems. Our lives are now more complicated and dangerous and we are less happy and more worried.

Without inner peace there is no real happiness at all. The more we control our minds the more our inner peace increases and the happier we become. Therefore the real method to make ourself happy is to control our own mind.

Odiyana Buddhist Centre is running a course entitled Learn to Meditate. On this course you can learn the actual methods for controlling the mind

The classes will be held at Holmes Chapel Library on Monday nights and The Hall at Marthall on Thursday nights at 7.30pm. The class in Holmes Chapel start on Monday 27th April and runs for 5 weeks.

The class in Marthall starts on Thursday 23rd April and runs for 6 weeks. Each class comprises 2 meditations and a talk, then discussion over tea and biscuits.

For further details contact:

Odiyana Buddhist Centre
163 Chester Road
Northwich
CW8 4AG

Tel: 01606 77034

www.meditationincheshire.org

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