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Lunchtime Meditation 




Erika Oliphant
Kadampa Teacher


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Gen Kelsang Chokyi
Resident Teacher


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Wes Steele
Kadampa Teacher

Centered in the Solution series
June 3 - 28

When we see a family member or a friend struggling, we can feel compassion. Perhaps, we feel compassion for stray animals and wish to protect them harm on the streets. All of us have compassion, it’s our potential to becoming a Buddha, this wish to protect and free others from pain and suffering. 


“When a dog sees her puppies in pain she develops the wish to protect them and free them from pain, and this compassionate wish is her Buddha seed. Unfortunately, however, animals have no ability to train in compassion, and so their Buddha seed cannot ripen. Human beings, though, have a great opportunity to develop their Buddha nature.” - Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche

You don't need to be Buddhist to benefit from these teachings. Each class includes a relaxing breathing meditation, a teaching, a contemplative meditation, and a closing dedication. Each class can be attended individually or as a series.

This 30-minute meditation class will be based on The New Eight Steps to Happiness by
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche. 

$8/per class 

Class included in memberships:
$40 for 30 Days, Basic, Student,
Basic Plus, FP and S

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