In daily life it is easy to become overwhelmed by negative thoughts and stressful feelings. There are countless situations that we find difficult or challenging, and without methods to protect our mind we can easily become unhappy, angry or resentful. In this class we will look at how we can let go of negativity and respond to life’s difficulties with a more positive and constructive mind.
2:00pm – 3:15pm – Session 1 – How to reduce stress and stop the negativity in our mind through meditation
3:45pm – 5:00pm – Session 2 – Protecting our peace of mind through patient acceptance
This event will be based on instructions contained within the book How to Solve our Human Problems by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
This book is available to purchase and download from Tharpa Publications at:
Attend In-Person, Live Stream via Zoom or Replay Online Later
This event will be held online via live streaming video on Zoom. You can view the live transmission on your computer, smartphone or tablet. After registering we will email you the link to view the live stream.
Limited in person attendance is also available. Advance registration is required.
A recording of the event will also be available to replay for one week after the event on our website. You must register in advance in order to watch the replay.
About the Teacher
Gen Kelsang Tashi is a Buddhist monk and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center Miami. He has been practicing meditation in the Kadampa tradition for over 14 years. His gentle approach to meditation emphasizes the importance of keeping a happy and positive mind. He is appreciated for his clear, light-hearted and practical presentation of Buddhist teachings.
Cancellation Policy: If you cancel 24 hours prior to commencement of the event we will refund all except 25%. If you cancel on, or after, the event, no refunds are given. Exceptions may be made in circumstances such as sickness or bereavement; you should apply by e-mail to email@example.com within 2 weeks of the end of the event. Any non-refunded fees arising from cancellations are donated to the NKT-IKBU International Temples Project.