Current Series: Daily Meditations for Modern Day Life
Drop-in Classes | Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm
Each class includes two guided meditations, practical wisdom on how to maintain the experience of the inner peace in daily life and time to discuss the ideas presented.
$10 per person | No pre-registration required
From non-virtuous actions comes suffering and from virtuous actions comes happiness: if we believe this, we believe in karma. Buddha gave extensive teachings that prove the truth of this statement and showed how we can use our understanding of karma to avoid future suffering and enjoy pure happiness.
Meditation: Determination to abandon negativity
The main cause of our suffering is our deluded minds, especially our self-grasping. If we abandon our self-grasping permanently, all our suffering and problems of this life and of countless future lives will cease permanently. How can we do this?
Buddha said we should not be satisfied with merely temporary freedom from particular sufferings but apply great effort to attaining permanent freedom from all suffering. Only by following a correct spiritual path can we accomplish this freedom.
January & February Series: Creating a Meditation Practice that sticks.
Meet the Teacher Rebecca Rehorn
Rebecca has been studying and teaching Kadampa Buddhism for many years, and is known for her kindness and warmth. Her teachings are heartfelt and easy to apply in daily life.
About the class
The Benefits of Meditation
You can relax and enjoy a peaceful mind through meditation practice.
positive attitude in life
Simply by being around like-minded people who are learning to improve their mind, you naturally find your personal view of life more optimistic.
a good heart
Your relationships improve by learning to genuinely care for others.
Your mind will become lucid and clear which will improve your physical and mental health.
You will learn to identify, reduce and eliminate states of mind that lead to suffering. You will also learn how to cultivate positive states of mind that lead to happiness.