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Sunday Morning Meditation 

10:00 - 11:15am
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Kaitlyn Brayton,
Kadampa Teacher

The Compassion Cure series
June 2 - 23

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Buddha taught that everyone wants to be happy and free from suffering and compassion is the supreme medicine. How can compassion cure our suffering? And, how can we navigate generating a compassionate mind with joy?

 

“No one wants to suffer, yet out of ignorance living beings create suffering by performing non-virtuous actions. We should therefore feel equal compassion for all living beings without exception; there is no single living being who is not a suitable object of our compassion.” - Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche


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

This series is based on the book The New Eight Steps to Happiness by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. The Sunday morning meditation class is taught by Kaitlyn Brayton with guest Kadampa teachers on occasion.
 

LIVE STREAM GUIDELINES

> Live stream is for members only

> Register per class as a member and a Zoom code will be sent to your email (see registration below with class dates)

> Copy the password from your email and "join" Zoom meeting link 

> In Zoom, please mute your mic, turn off your camera and choose "Speaker View"

> If you are experiencing issues, see tech support page for more guidance

If you are not a member, see some membership options below or go to membership page or click on options below

DROP IN or Register for Live Stream

$12/per class 
 

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

 

All members have access to live stream - please arrive via Zoom 15 min prior to class

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