Anger is a major challenge in everyone‘s daily life and Buddhist practice. This emotive issue can be mild or intense with most people having little control over spontaneous reaction to situations. Sometimes momentary lapses in control can destroy personal lives or relationships due to misguided perceptions of hurt, insult or other issues that don’t seem important once the situation has passed.
We will explore together and share the ways anger can be managed, looking at the possible avenues to let anger fade.
About the facilitator:
KK Lim is a Buddhist practitioner focused on learning more and working on Engaged Buddhism. He is involved in various initiatives to alleviate the suffering in disadvantaged communities both in Australia and overseas.
Prior to dedicating his work to social work-related activities, he worked in several countries as a senior banker before he decided to leave the profession. He started business in corporate training to assist companies improve internal staff communication and appropriate leadership coaching skills.
KK is current President of the Association of Engaged Buddhists.
All Sessions by Dana (donation).
Dana is the traditional practice of generosity, the extending of one’s goodwill, which is fundamental to Buddhism and other spiritual traditions.