COVID-19
How we are responding to COVID-19
Find out more
Skip to main content
08 8375 6600 council@marion.sa.gov.au contact
log in

Book Talk: 'How to Transform Your Life' Presented by Gen Kelsang Tsalden

When:
Thursday 22 September
Time:
10:00AM - 11:00AM
Topic:
Arts and culture, Libraries
Audience:
Resident, Senior, Adult
Cost:
FREE
Bookings:
Required
Gen Kelsang Tsalden Website

Meditation is for everyone!

Everyone needs a way to develop a peaceful mind – if our mind is peaceful we can start to reduce our experience of problems and stress.

In this free talk, based on the book How to Transform Your Life by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, we will explore how we can use meditation to improve our resilience in daily life and how this in turn can improve our concentration, relationships, our health and wellbeing.

You will learn how to do a simple breathing meditation, one that you can do anywhere, anytime and start to integrate a bit of peace into your busy daily life.

Presented by Gen Kelsang Tsalden

Books available to purchase at the event

Covid-19 Information

Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Marion Libraries are taking measures to protect all members of the community. It is vital all instructions are followed.

1) Do not attend Marion Libraries if you or anyone in your group has any symptoms of cold or flu.

2) Keep 1.5 metres distance from others.

3) Wash hands or use sanitiser provided before entering and exiting the premises.

4) Maintain appropriate personal hygiene practices (especially covering coughs and sneezes).

Location


You may also be interested in:


Be Your Own Boss Session

Thursday 18 August

Venture Dorm Info Session and activity, City of Marion Youth Engagement Scholarship


Meet The Makers Market

Thursday 18 August

Come for coffee 'n cake or lunch and have a chat with local Makers and Shakers! We showcase gorgeous unique creations every Thursday 9 am-1 pm.


A Monkey Baa Theatre Company Production - Edward the Emu

Friday 19 August

The award-winning Monkey Baa team brings to the stage a new imagining of the classic Australian books by Sheena Knowles and Rod Clement. Edward and ...