IN OUR INCREASINGLY busy world our mind often feels jam-packed with information: deadlines we need to meet, commitments we need to fulfil, not to mention the constant chatter of our thoughts which can leave us feeling drained, overwhelmed, and just plain exhausted. Due to this endless steam of thoughts running through our mind, our life can end up feeling out of control and as though we are not really living it.
AT THIS HALF-DAY course, Buddhist Teacher Diana Waterhouse will explain what we can do to stop the habit of overthinking and come to experience a happier, calmer and less chaotic mental environment.
DISCOVER HOW to stop thinking the thoughts you don’t want to think and start thinking the thoughts you do want to think. Learn what to do when your thoughts start to become circular, negative, stuck or unclear. By gaining a deeper understanding of our inner world, we will find it much easier to switch off when we need to and as a result we will experience genuine peace of mind and an improved quality of life.
Course Fee & Bookings
How to Stop Overthinking Sat 10 Sep | 10am-1pm
Cost: $35 (includes refreshments)
North Hobart Uniting Church, 2 Swan Street, North Hobart
Reception 9.30am – 10am
Teaching & Meditation 10am – 11.15am
Tea Break 11.15am – 11.45am
Teaching & Meditation 11.45am – 1pm
The Teacher of this course is Diana Waterhouse, the Resident Teacher of Samudra Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Tasmania. With over 16 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.
Please note that all our courses follow covid-safe procedures. Please do not attend if:
- You have any COVID symptom
- If you are awaiting COVID test results
- If you or a close contact have been diagnosed with COVID
By registering for this course, you have read and understood our covid-safe procedures which can be found here.
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