Sunday Morning Meditation

with Gen Kelsang Chokyi

$10/$5 students free for members

What exactly is compassion? Compassion is a mind that is motivated by cherishing other living beings and wishes to release them from their suffering. Sometimes out of selfish intention we can wish for another person to be free from their suffering; this is quite common in relationships that are based principally on attachment. If our friend is ill or depressed, for example, we may wish for him to recover quickly so that we can enjoy his company again; but this wish is basically self-centered and is not true compassion. True compassion is necessarily based on cherishing others.


  • Jul 4 - How Does Compassion Protect?

  • Jul 11 - Cultivating Compassion with Love

  • Jul 18 - The Inner Wealth of Compassion

  • Jul 25 - Compassion without Burnout


Everyone can benefit from this ancient wisdom that is presented for modern times. This series is based on the book Eight Steps to Happiness by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. The Sunday morning meditation class is taught by visiting teacher Kelsang Chenma, senior Kadampa teacher and American Buddhist nun.

Two ways to participate

In Person


You can drop-in to the class or register to save your spot.

10 person limit for on-site classes.