Beginning May 30 this class will incorporate teachings from “How to Solve Our Human Problems” by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
Please note, this class ends on Jun 19. There will be no Wednesday evening class on June 26 or July 3.
The Wednesday evening class will resume on July 10 with teachings related to Compassion. The classes will be taught by students of the Center.
This modern text shows how to apply Buddha’s teaching to solve our anger problem, particularly with the practice of patience. If we understand how to solve one problem, we can solve all others.
The series of classes begins with a simple presentation of Buddha’s first teaching known as the Four Noble Truths. Although this is relatively short it contains the essence of all Buddha’s teachings.
This class is led by resident teacher and Buddhist monk, Gen Kelsang Tilopa. Each class includes a guided meditation to reduce stress and generate peace of mind. The teacher then provides commentary and practical advice, based on his more than 25 years of Buddhist study and meditation practice. To conclude, students enjoy a meaningful discussion and a brief meditation to provide a deeper insight into the topic of the class.
This series of drop in classes will introduce you to teachings that you can turn to again and again for inspiration and deep transformation.
We look forward to seeing you there!
with Resident Teacher, Gen Kelsang Tilopa
Gen Kelsang Tilopa is the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center North Carolina. He is well loved for his humorous yet clear and profound teachings; his depth of understanding of Kadam Dharma; and for the skillful and compassionate care he gives to his students.
Kadampa Meditation Center North Carolina
528 East Blvd. Charlotte NC 28203
adults $10, 5 class pass $45;
students and seniors $8, 5 class pass $35
Free to Foundation Program, Members and Supporters
Pre-registration optional. You can also pay at the door.