21 Meditations – May 4

death and impermenance

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“The mind that spontaneously thinks each and very day, ‘I may die today’, is the realization of death. It is this realization that directly eliminates our laziness of attachment and opens the door to the spiritual path.”
~ Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso — from The New Meditation Handbook

21 Meditations

May 4: Death and Impermanence
7 – 8:30pm

In each class we will engage in one lamrim (stages of the path to Enlightenment) meditation. Each class will consist of a guided breathing meditation, followed by a teaching to familiarize ourselves with the points to contemplate. This will be followed by a guided meditation on the lamrim meditation. After the meditation, there will be advice on how we can put our new understanding into practice in our daily life. In this way, we can deepen our experience of the lamrim meditation in the week ahead.

This class is based on the lamrim meditation: death and impermanence. The purpose of this meditation is to eliminate the laziness of attachment, the main obstacle to practising Dharma (Buddha’s teachings) purely.

Join Resident Teacher, Gen Kelsang Kunden for 21 Meditations May 4 with time to contemplate and meditate on profound teachings that will deepen our inner experience of wisdom and compassion.

Everyone is welcome regardless of background or previous experience.

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