Change Your Mind, Change Your World:
This ongoing series will be based on the teachings from Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche’s text: HOW TO UNDERSTAND THE MIND
This series of classes offer insight into our mind, and shows how an understanding of its nature and functions can be used practically in every day experiences to improve our lives.
These teachings are meant to be practical guides to developing a deeper understanding of the different aspect of our mind so that we can begin to maintain a light, positive mind. They do this by showing us how to recognize and abandon states of mind that harm us, and to replace them with peaceful and beneficial ones.
Fundamental to the entire Buddhist way of life is the teaching that everything depends upon the mind. The world we experience is the result of our karma, or actions, and all our actions of body, speech, and mind originate in the mind.
To change our world we have to start by changing our mind, and this depends upon first gaining an thorough understanding of the mind and how it works.
In Understanding the Mind, Geshe Kelsang provides a comprehensive explanation of the different types of mind and functions of mind. In this series we will look at several different aspect of the mind that will led to deepening our understanding of our every day experiences.
Weekly Topics: Change Your Mind, Change Your World
Jan 4 Discovering Your Mind
Jan 11 Why Do I Feel this Way
Jan 18 Empowered to Choose
Jan 25 The Power of Our Intention
Feb 1 Focusing the Mind
Everyone is welcome to one class or the entire series.
You don’t have to be a Buddhist or have any experience to attend.
Each week includes guided relaxation meditation, a brief talk and a concluding meditation.
Keajra Kadampa Buddhist Center of Hampton Roads is a center of Modern Buddhism and Meditation. We are a non-profit organization and a member of the New Kadampa Tradition, an International Kadampa Buddhist Union.
When is the class?
Thursday evenings from 6:30pm to 7:45pm.
Teacher: Zany Toher
Zany has been training in the Center’s Foundation Program for over 6 years. She is married and has a teen age daughter. She is known for her loving kindness and sincere wish to benefit other. With the expereinces she has gained from applying the teaching to solving the challenges in her own life she able to present the teachings in a practice and down to earth manner.
Where is the class?
Keajra Kadampa Buddhist Center
How do I pay?
Classes are $10 per person. ($5 for seniors 62+/full-time students/unemployed.) Classes are free for members.
Monthly memberships are available for $30 and include all weekly Drop-in classes on Sunday and Thursday.
Please inquire at the desk when you register.
Cash, check or credit card is accepted at class, or please bring your printed PayPal receipt: