Georgetown Meditation June 22

discover the mind

2023-06-03T00:00:00-04:00
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Thursday evenings
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 education@akbc.ca

What to expect in a class2022-09-02T15:08:25-04:00

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.

What to expect in a course

New Topics this Spring

Our series of classes in May and June are based on understanding how the world around us is a reflection of our mind, and gaining a deeper understanding of the mind itself. Through understanding our mind in this way, we can gain control over our mind and liberate ourself from the wild painful thoughts that give rise to anxiety, anger and other painful emotions. In this way we will open our mind to a joyful, creative and game changing approach to experiencing our lives and our relationships.

Class Series Topics

Medicine for the Mind

The Buddhist vision for Radiant Mental Health

More and more these days it seems that everyone is “working on my mental health.” So many people are struggling with depression or anxiety, or insecurity or feelings of rejection. But what does it mean to be mentally healthy? What is a fully healthy mind? Do we even have an image of what that would be?

Medicine for the Mind

Actual mental health is much more than simply not being depressed or not being anxious. It is much more than simply being able to cope better with life. Through Buddha’s teachings on the mind we are given a vision of a fully healed mind, a vision of radiant mental health.

These classes are based on the books How to Solve Our Human Problems and  The New Eight Steps to Happiness. Come along and learn how to make your life deeply meaningful.

Discovering the Mind

Discovering the Wonder of the Mind

We often say, “My mind, my mind,” but if someone were to ask us , “What is the mind?,” we would have no correct answer. This is because we do not understand the nature and function of the mind correctly. In this series of classes we will learn about our different levels of mind, how to transform our mind and how to improve our concentration in meditation.

Medicine for the Mind

In this series we will have an opportunity to meditate on the clarity of the mind – a powerful way to create the deep inner peace that we wish for.

These classes are based on the books How to Understand the Mind and  The New Eight Steps to Happiness. Come along and learn how to make your life deeply meaningful.

The classes are presented in a series but each class is stand-alone. You do not need to attend the full series to benefit from the classes.

$12 drop-in |  $40 for any 4 classes (series pass) | Free for members

Tickets can be purchased before class through Paypal or at the door.  No registration necessary

The Wednesday evening class will be available for livestream for Centre members.

Classes in Georgetown will resume in September.

Upcoming Classes

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Contact Info

143 Wyndham St N, Suite 203 Guelph, ON N1H 4E9

Phone: 1.226.486.2417

Web: akbc.ca

Registered Charity Number

81467 9429 RR0001

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