Breaking Bad Habits – A Meditation Half-Day Course
Sat 27 Feb | 10am – 1pm |  Launceston

AT THE START OF EVERY YEAR we make plans to change. We make new year’s resolutions. We tell ourself and our friends that this year is going to be different. But in spite of our good intentions we often find ourself falling back into our same bad habits – the habits that make us feel stuck, unhappy, discouraged and sometimes even out of control.

AT THIS UPLIFTING HALF-DAY COURSE, Buddhist Teacher Diana Waterhouse will explain how we can harness the power of our own mind to reverse this situation. Instead of letting your bad habits control your experience, learn how to break free from painful, unhelpful and limiting patterns of thought. By clearly understanding the psychology of a bad habit we can uproot its causes and come to enjoy lasting happiness and true mental freedom.

The Teacher

The Teacher of this course is Diana Waterhouse, the Resident Teacher of Samudra Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Tasmania. With over 15 years’ experience in meditation, Diana explains Buddha’s teachings with warmth and clarity, showing how we can easily integrate them into our daily life to make our life more happy, peaceful and meaningful.

The Venue

Community Hall,
Windsor Community Precinct,

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Course Fee & Bookings

Breaking Bad Habits | Sat 27 Feb | 10am-1pm
Registration 9.30am-10am

Cost: $35 (includes refreshments)
Booking essential

Course Timetable

Reception                                9.30am – 10am
Teaching & Meditation        10am – 11.15am
Tea Break                                11.15am – 11.45am
Teaching & Meditation        11.45am – 1pm

Please note that all our courses follow covid-safe procedures.
Please do not attend if:

  • You have any COVID symptom (in particular coughing, sore throat, fever or shortness of breath).
  • If you are awaiting COVID test results.
  • If you or a close contact have been diagnosed with COVID within the last 14 days.

By registering for this course, you have read and understood our covid-safe procedures which can be found here.

For enquiries:
phone: 0466 336 772