Karma: Why Should I Care ????
Saturday October 14th
Meditation and teachings with Buddhist nun Kelsang Kalden
So many questions we have with answers that don’t always make sense. We keep looking . Have we found them? How do we make sense of changing time , choas and crisis in our life and in our world.
“Karma “means action and this universal law explains how we create happiness and unhappiness. Buddha taught that the function of a person is to perfrom actions and experince effects of those actions.
So, Why should we care ?? Becuase gaining conviction in the law of karma, the root of all good qualities and happiness is why?
Find the answers to the most essntial questions we have. Learn how all our actions matter- both for ourselves and others. Deepen your conviction in the laws of Karma to help you abandon the causes of your siffering and create the causes for happiness, both now and in the future.
This class includes two meditations , a Buddhist teaching , discussion with Q&A and light refreshments