About the Sessions
In just 30 minutes your whole day can change for the better! By connecting to your heart in meditation, and intentionally cultivating inner peace, you can access the best of yourself and learn to live from this place. These guided meditation sessions will help you develop greater peace, happiness and wisdom through daily practice.
A new meditation session will be available to stream online each weekday, Monday to Friday. All sessions are pre-recorded so you can watch “on-demand” at whatever time is most convenient for you each day. The sessions are fully guided by the meditation teachers of Kadampa Meditation Center Miami.
While the various meditations offered are all from the Buddhist tradition, anyone wanting to cultivate a deeper state of peace and authentic happiness is welcome and will receive benefit from participating. No previous experience is necessary. Beginners are welcome!
January 2021 – Modern Buddhist Meditations
This month’s meditations will be based on Part One of the book Modern Buddhism: The Path of Compassion and Wisdom by world-renowned Buddhist meditation master, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
“Through reading and practicing the instructions given in this book, people can solve their daily problems and maintain a happy mind all the time.” -Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
About the Book
Modern Buddhism is perfectly suited for inspiring those seeking solutions within Buddhism to problems of everyday life, as well as for encouraging practitioners of all faiths to deepen their understanding and practice of the spiritual path. This book reveals how to build a foundation for the spiritual path, how to progress on that path and how to complete it. With compassion and wisdom we can solve all our daily problems and accomplish the real meaning of our human life, and like two wings of a bird they will enable us to reach enlightenment quickly. An inspiring handbook of daily practice that is perfectly suited for those seeking solutions within Buddhism, as well as for encouraging practitioners of all faiths to deepen their understanding and practice of the spiritual path.
Download the Book for Free! – A Special Gift from the Author
The eBook edition of Modern Buddhism is being distributed freely at the request of the author Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
Download for free at: https://tharpa.com/us/modern-buddhism-812.html
Schedule for January 2021:
Mon Jan 4 – Modern Buddhism: Preface, Transforming our Mind – with Lyn Fox
Tue Jan 5 – What is Buddhism? Part 1: Protection from Suffering – with Todd Ellenberg
Wed Jan 6 – What is Buddhism? Part 2: How to Solve our Problems – with Shannon Harvey-Fung
Thu Jan 7 – Buddhist faith – with Patrick Davidson
Fri Jan 8 – What is the mind? – with Felix Quinones
Mon Jan 11 – The preciousness of our human life – with Lyn Fox
Tue Jan 12 – What does our death mean? – with Todd Ellenberg
Wed Jan 13 – The dangers of lower rebirth – with Gen Kelsang Tashi
Thu Jan 14 – Going for refuge – with Patrick Davidson
Fri Jan 15 – What is karma? – with Felix Quinones
Mon Jan 18 – What we should attain – with Lyn Fox
Tue Jan 19 – Training in affectionate love – with Todd Ellenberg
Wed Jan 20 – Training in cherishing love – with Shannon Harvey-Fung
Thu Jan 21 – Training in wishing love – with Patrick Davidson
Fri Jan 22 – Training in universal compassion – with Felix Quinones
Mon Jan 25 – Training in taking – with Lyn Fox
Tue Jan 26 – Training in giving – with Todd Ellenberg
Wed Jan 27 – What is emptiness? – with Gen Kelsang Tashi
Thu Jan 28 – The practice of emptiness in daily life, Part 1 – with Patrick Davidson
Fri Jan 29 – The practice of emptiness in daily life, Part 2 – with Felix Quinones
About the Teachers
These sessions will be guided by various meditation teachers from Kadampa Meditation Center Miami.
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If you cancel more than 24 hours before the start of the class/event we will refund all except 25%. If you cancel within 24 hours before the start of the class/event, no refunds are given. Any non-refunded fees arising from cancellations are donated to the NKT-IKBU International Temples Project.