Freedom from Painful Emotions

Wednesdays in September

Meditation Classes
Online and Onsite
7 – 8:30pm

As happiness and suffering are states of mind, if we are to find the happiness we seek an understanding of our mind is essential. Through learning how our mind works, we can begin to bring our mind under control, and thereby improve the quality of our life, both now and in the future.

wednesdays in september

The course is the first in our fall series based on How to Understand the Mind, a practical guide that offers deep insights into the nature and functions of the mind. It explains how to develop and maintain a light and positive mind through recognizing and then abandoning states of mind that harm us, and replacing them with peaceful and beneficial ones.

Join Resident Teacher, Gen Kelsang Kunden for Wednesdays in September for a series of classes that explore Buddhist teachings and meditations and learn how to control and eventually eliminate those painful emotions that disturb our mind.

You are also welcome to join us for this class on Sunday afternoons at 2:30pm.

Happiness and suffering are parts of the mind; the former is a joyful feeling and the latter an unpleasant feeling. Since happiness and suffering are parts of the mind, if we want to avoid suffering and find true happiness we need to understand the nature and functions of the mind.

~ Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso — from How to Transform Your Life

Choose How to Attend:

Non-members: purchase online tickets securely online with Paypal. 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 restrictions, tickets for onsite classes must be bought onsite. For unlimited classes, both online and onsite, please consider a monthly membership.

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