These are on-line classes, recorded for you to watch at your convenience Tues-Sat each week.
There is a different class topic each week.
These classes include both meditations and teachings based on Buddha’s wisdom that can help us to stay peaceful, even in the most challenging times. Current teaching topic: “New Year Brings New Hope”

New Series Starts Jan 5th: “New Year Brings New Hope”

Are you breathing a sigh of relief that 2020 is finally over?  2021 gives us a chance for a new beginning:  a chance to improve our human qualities, relationships, and skill to remain peaceful in the midst of our long term problems that did not disappear when the ball dropped-like the virus, economy, social injustice and so forth. Modern Buddhism will help us all to accomplish these goals.

Assessing What You’d Like to Change Available January 5 – January 10

Confidence to Break Bad Habits Available January 12 -January 17

Becoming More Mentally & Physically Healthy Available January 19 – January 24

Patience with Long-term Difficulties Available January 26 – January 31

Letting Go of the Past Available February 2 – February 7

Improving Relationships Available February 9 – February 14

Setting a Daily Goal Available February 16 – February 21

Class Fee: $12/class ($8 students/seniors/unemployed)

This class will be available weekly from Tuesday a.m. through Saturday p.m. Watch at your convenience

Right after you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email WITH YOUR LINK. If you do not get it in your inbox, please search your emails for 
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Please do not share this link with anyone. Class prices are per person

Email questions to Kate at Director@meditationmd.org or call us 410-243-3837

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. These classes are included in your membership!

TEACHER: Gen Kelsang Chogden is an American Buddhist nun and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center Maryland. Gen Chogden has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism for over 21 years under Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, who gave her the title “Gen” indicating that she is a senior ordained teacher of the Kadampa Tradition.
Gen Chogden’s compassionate activities of teaching, guiding, and inspiring those around her are the result of her deep faith, clear wisdom, and heartfelt concern for others that brings true sincerity and humility to her life as a spiritual teacher.
Her teachings are always practical and easy to apply to everyday life. Through her gentle and joyful approach and her peaceful example, she has helped many people find true happiness in their hearts.