Change Your Thoughts, Change Your World
Wednesday Meditation in January
Online and Onsite
7 – 8:30pm
What is the nature of our daily problems? How can we learn to relate to problems in a constructive and meaningful way. If we can learn to relate to our sufferings in a different way, we will be able to develop the strength of mind to deal with anything that comes along. This series of classes will investigate Buddha’s teachings on the nature of suffering and how we can overcome suffering with wisdom. By transforming our thoughts about suffering and problems through daily meditation training, we can take control of the situation and develop and maintain a peaceful mind, free from problems.
Through changing our thoughts, we can change our identification from victim to a protector, and transform negative feelings like frustration into patience. In this way, we will develop the inner strength to deal with whatever comes our way with a calm and open mind.
Join Resident Teacher, Gen Kelsang Kunden for Wednesday meditation in January with meditations that will change your thoughts and your world. Everyone welcome.
You are also welcome to join us for this class on Sunday afternoons at 2:30pm.
See below for how to attend a class.
Developing compassion and wisdom, and helping those in need whenever possible, is the true meaning of life.
~ Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso — from Mirror of Dharma with Additions
Non-members: purchase online tickets securely online with Paypal by clicking on a class below.
The link for the class will be emailed to you at least one hour before class start time on day of class. Because of covid-19 restrictions, tickets for onsite classes must be bought onsite. For unlimited classes, both online and onsite, please consider a monthly membership.
If you have purchased an online ticket but are unable to attend, we can send you a link for a class you are able to attend. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.