There will be no dinner or class on November 23. Have a meaningful Thanksgiving!
Class time has changed to Thursdays 7:00pm – 8:15pm with Gen Kelsang Chogden
This class is a wonderful and insightful presentation of how we can apply meditation and Buddhism to our busy modern lifestyles. The teachings are practical advice that we can immediately put into practice to find greater love, compassion and wisdom in our everyday lives. There is usually a time for Q&A and class discussion. This class is an ideal starting point for those interested to find out more about Buddhism and meditation. The program is a drop-in class, walk-ins are welcome!
Breaking Bad Habits The weeks of October 16 through November 20
Our unpeaceful states of mind that cause us to suffer and perform harmful actions are just bad mental habits, and like all habits they can be broken. Just as it is possible to separate mud from water, so it is possible to eliminate all of our bad habits from our mind, then there is nothing that can disturb our inner peace and joy.
- Oct 16 Seeing the Good instead of the Bad
- Oct 23 Put an End to Craving
- Oct 30 Reducing Irritation
- Nov 6 Oppposing Impulsivity
- Nov 13 Overcoming Discouragement
- Nov 20 Subduing Worry
Increasing Our Good Qualities The weeks of November 27 through December 18
The holidays provide many opportunities to practice patience as well as expanding our love and compassion. We can learn methods to respond to both the difficulties and joys with a happy, peaceful mind and share these good qualities with everyone we encounter. This will make our holidays and relationships more meaningful.
- Nov 27 Balancing Our Mind
- Dec 4 How to Feel Close to Everyone
- Dec 11 Love without Strings
- Dec 18 The Treasure of Compassion
New Series Discount Available! Buy the whole series and get one class FREE!
Class Fee: $12/class ($8 students/seniors/unemployed)
You can also become a member starting at $40/month and receive discounts while you help to provide a steady level of support for our activities.