Drop-in Meditation Thursdays in London

These classes provide a basic introduction to Buddhist teachings and meditations. Through these we can learn how to use Buddha’s advice as a solution to our daily problems and in this way come to experience a sense of peace and happiness in our lives. Classes run in a 3 – 4 week series but each class is standalone – so you can drop-in at any time. Everyone is welcome! You do not need to be a Buddhist to attend, or to benefit from the classes – just drop in!

Come and meditate with us in London. We have comfortable chairs and you are welcome to bring along a mat or cushion if you prefer to sit on the floor.

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fall 2019 meditation classesThe Supreme Good Heart

Topic for November & December: The Science Happiness

with Resident Teacher, Kelsang Kunden

Thursdays 7pm – 8:30pm
From September 5 – December 19 

By developing and maintaining compassion and wisdom in daily life, we can transform our lives, improve our relationships with others and look behind appearances to see the way things actually exist. In this way we can solve all our daily problems and accomplish the real meaning of our human life. With compassion and wisdom, like the two wings of a bird, we can quickly reach the enlightened world of a Buddha.

~ Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Modern Buddhism

Improve your emotional and spiritual well-being and find serenity and balance in this hectic world. In the book Modern Buddhism, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso writes that Buddhism is suitable for everyone because it accords with our daily life experiences. It will improve our happiness, well-being and relationships. Learn about Buddha’s teachings and how training your mind can help transform daily life problems, show you how to skillfully deal with conflict and find strength in the face of discouragement – and do it all with a compassionate heart and a peaceful mind.

Landon branch library

Landon Branch Library

167 Wortley Rd
London, ON
N6C 3P6
For inquiries call 226.486.2417

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Topic for November and December: The Science of Happiness

Buddha taught that happiness and suffering are states of mind. But in our constant search for personal happiness, we turn to external sources which ultimately let us down. In this series, we will explore Buddhist teachings that give clear, precise methods for finding and growing our personal happiness, without ignoring the happiness of those around us. And without having to rely upon external conditions.

Modern Buddhism provides inner scientific methods for improving the quality of our mind and life. This is a unique, practical presentation of Buddhism, modern yet preserving the authenticity and original meaning of these profound teachings. Through gaining experience of these methods we can:
– Overcome our anger, attachment, and discouragement
– Increase our compassion and wisdom, and
– Bring great benefit to our family, our friends and our world

$12 drop-in $40 series pass (any 4 classes)
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