Georgetown Meditation Jan 5
January 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
7pm – 8:30pm
@ Glen Williams Town Hall
with Gen Kelsang Kunden
Each class consists of guided meditations and teachings that we can contemplate and practice throughout the week. Each contemplation has a practical application to solve our daily problems. Through attending classes and putting effort into applying these teachings to our daily lives, we can make great progress increasing our own inner peace. Through engaging in meditation practice we can develop and maintain a peaceful mind all the time. If we have a peaceful mind all the time we will be happy all the time, regardless of whether our conditions are good or bad. Now is the time to train in inner peace and happiness by putting Buddha’s teachings into practice.
Questions? Contact email@example.com
What to Expect in a Class
Our meditation classes are for anyone interested in learning how to meditate, regardless of background or beliefs. Classes are designed to give a broad introduction to Buddhist meditation, teachings, and practice.
Every class includes a chance to practise meditation. No prior experience, special equipment or special clothes are necessary for our onsite classes – just come as you are, and bring your mask.
Classes are all standalone individual classes that are presented in a series. You do not need to attend the full series to attend a class.
New Topics this Winter
This winter, our series of classes from January to March are based on gaining control of our thoughts with mindfulness and gaining freedom from negative patterns of thought. Changing these negative patterns of thought is hugely liberating opening us up to a joyful, creative and game changing approach to experiencing our lives and our relationships.
Through gaining familiarity with correct thoughts, thoughts based on love, compassion and wisdom, we can gain control over our mind and bring meaning and harmony into our life.