Project Description

Wisdom Understanding Karma – Meditation Retreat

wisdom understanding karma retreatWisdom Understanding Karma Meditation Retreat

Saturday 28 November
9:30am – 1:30pm
with Resident Teacher, Kelsang Kunden
Following the book, the Joyful Path of Good Fortune

Why do bad things happen to us? How can I prepare for the future happiness of myself and others? Spend a morning meditating on karma. This wisdom that understands karma clears the fog of confusion from our mind. This is the confusion that gives rise to anger, jealousy, fear and other delusions. By considering situations from the perspective of karma, we can be released from these delusions and the mental pain that arises from these delusions.
This Saturday morning retreat has three sessions. In these sessions we will meditate on karma so that we will be encouraged to abandon negative actions that will lead to future problems. We will also spend meditation time on releasing accumulated negative karma from our mind through relying on the power of Buddha’s blessings.

The morning retreat consists of three one-hour sessions, with a half-hour break between sessions. Each session consists of a teaching, guided meditation and time for question and answer. Everyone is welcome to our wisdom understanding karma meditation retreat, regardless of background or experience.

Come and spend a meaningful Saturday morning on retreat and gain the wisdom understanding karma.
$20. Free for members.

Members, please register in the members area. If you are a non-member and are would like to attend the onsite class, you are welcome to pay at the door (cash or cheque).

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