Overcoming Mental and Physical Pain – Annapolis Half-day Retreat 10am-1pm Saturday Nov 16, 2019

We all want pain to stop, but it comes like waves. However, the experience of pain can either intensify or reduce depending upon our insight into its origin and nature, and whether or not we can make it spiritually meaningful.

Buddha explained how to grow spiritually from the experience of pain, and he taught effective methods to reduce our mental and physical suffering. This retreat will present some of these methods and includes guided meditations for healing the body and mind.  

Cost: $25 per person ($20 for students, seniors 60+ and unemployed)
Free for members Student-Level or Benefactor-Level

To register, please click here to help us with planning – or just drop in.

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Gen Kelsang Chogden, teacher of this retreat,
 is an American Buddhist nun and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center Maryland. Gen Chogden has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism for 21 years under Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
Gen Chogden’s 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.

Location:
KMC-Maryland Annapolis Branch
703 Giddings Ave, Suite U2-B, Annapolis MD 21401

Directions:  Enter the parking lot from Ridgely Ave.  We are on the 2nd floor of the 703 Giddings Building (up the staircases from the parking lot).