1pm – 4pm
with American Buddhist nun, Kelsang Kalden
Learning how to develop the experience of equanimity. At present our mind can be like a pendulum that swings back and forth between wanting to be really close to those we feel will make us happy and trying to avoid others who seem to be interfering with our happiness – often times this can be with the same person. This results in inner turmoil that causes us to treat others in extreme ways. Learn how to gain the ability to respond differently and develop a more balanced, warm and friendly attitude towards everyone, bringing benefit to both ourselves and others.
This workshop includes Buddhist teaching and insights into how to recognize , reduce and how to eventually on how to restore inner balance, that leads to greater experience of inner peace, two guided meditations and time for discussion. Light refreshments available. Everyone is Welcome!
Kelsang Kalden is an American Buddhist nun and the Resident Teacher of Keajra Kadampa Buddhist Center. She has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism under the guidance and direction of renowned teacher Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, the founder of the New Kadampa Tradition, for many years. She is known for her loving kindness, sincere dedication to serving others, and for her boundless energy and good humor.
Where is the class :
Friends Meeting House
4500 Kensington Ave.
Richmond, VA 23221
Please Note : The entrance to the workshop is located on the Commonwealth side of the the Brick building in the rear of the main building.
This workshop is hosted by Keajra Kadampa Buddhist Center.
For more information: email@example.com or (757) 504-4425
Discounts for early registration by 2/16/17 / seniors 62+/full time students /unemployed.
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