Living Lightly Wisdom Day Course and Public Talk with Gen Samten Kelsang: March 14, 2015

genSamtenDiscovering the Peace of Wisdom in Daily Life with Gen Samten Kelsang 

Saturday, March 14, 2015  @ 10 am – 4:30pm

The problems we face in life, which seem so solid and real, will disappear like last night’s bad dream when we apply Buddha’s teachings on emptiness, the way things actually exist as opposed to the way they appear. This view of emptiness, the dream-like nature of things, teaches us that we can overcome our fears and gradually become more peaceful, flexible, and creative. In this day course, Gen Samten Kelsang, Resident Teacher of KMC New York, will teach how we can recall and apply these profound teachings throughout our day and transform our life and experiences with wisdom.

Schedule: Teaching 1: 10 – 11:30am; Tea Break: 11:30am – 12:15pm; Teaching 2: 12:15 – 1:30pm; Lunch: 1:30 – 3pm; Teaching 3:  3– 4:30 pm

Full Day Cost: $40/$35 for students, seniors 60+, unemployed and if registered by 3/11.- Includes Lunch

Morning Half Day Cost: $25/$20 for students, seniors 60+, unemployed and if registered by 3/11 – Morning Half-Day cost doesn’t include Lunch, but you can purchase lunch in our World Peace Café.

**Member discounts apply for the day course – Student 2 (non-FP members who pay $60/month) and all membership levels above.

Registration is now closed.

 

5x7_Gen_Samten_postcard_frontPublic Talk: Living Lightly with Gen Samten Kelsang

Sunday, March 15  @10:30 am – 11:45am

Lighten up, get fresh energy and be inspired! In this public talk, Gen Samten will show how, through meditation, you can enjoy more freedom and flexibility in your life. Instead of feeling stuck in difficult situations and unhelpful habits you can learn ways to deal with situations with a more flexible, creative and joyful approach. This talk is suitable for beginners and all levels of experience.

Cost: $15. $10 for students, seniors 60+, unemployed, and if registered by 3/11. ***FREE for Members. 

Registration is now closed, but walk-ins are more than welcome!!