The Practice of Emptiness in Daily Life with Guest Teacher Kadam Lucy James, On-Line March 20-21, 2021

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. Eventually we will discover a profound inner peace in which our mind becomes permanently free from all distress and negativity.

 In this ONLINE retreat, Kadam Lucy, Resident Teacher of KMC Colorado, will teach how we can recall and apply these profound teachings throughout our day and transform our life and experiences with wisdom.

Please send your questions about Emptiness and how to apply it in daily life as soon as possible and Kadam Lucy will address them in her teachings. These are being recorded, so please send questions as soon as you register if you have any. EPC@meditationMD.org

$50 ($30 for supporter-level members and benefactors)

REGISTER HERE

SCHEDULE (these teachings will be recorded and available for one week to watch at your convenience)
Saturday:
10-11:15am
12pm-1:15pm
3-4:15pm

Sunday:
1-2:15pm
3-4:15pm (followed by brief livestream to say hello to Kadam Lucy)

Kadam Lucy James is Resident Teacher of KMC Colorado and one of the senior teachers of Kadampa Buddhism. Kadam Lucy has taught extensively in England, Florida, and San Francisco, and helped set up many thriving meditation centers in the past 37 years. She is regularly invited to teach courses around the United States and Europe due to her ability in presenting both simple and profound subjects with great clarity. Kadam Lucy is appreciated for her deep wisdom, clear mind, and inspiring yet practical presentation of Buddha’s teachings and meditations. She is very skilled at explaining how to make these teachings immediately effective in our busy modern lives, to help both ourselves and everyone around us.