Saturday, 22 August 9:00am - 5:15pmiCal | Google Calendar 4953 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA, 90027
Special Saturday Course with Guest Teacher and Buddhist nun Gen Kelsang Gomlam from KMC Madison
Here in our troubled world, what could be more helpful right now than getting better at love? American Buddhist nun Gen Gomlam will help us grow our own minds of love by training in meditations on love. These meditations transform our life! They improve our relationships! And they contribute to peace and healing in our world.
This is a fantastic opportunity to develop and strengthen our love and compassion for others, as well as to learn to transform everything we encounter in everyday life into opportunities for spiritual growth. Imagine not being thrown by life’s problems but instead seeing them as occasions for practicing love and compassion!
There are four sessions in all. Each one includes a guided meditation and teachings based on the book The New Eight Steps to Happiness by Geshe Keslang Gyatso. This extraordinary book explains, step by step, how to deepen the happiness and peace within us. In each session, we’ll meditate on one of these essential steps.
Saturday, August 22
Zoom 12:30-1:30pm (2:30-3:30pm Madison Time)
What to Expect
Each session will have guided meditations and Buddhist teachings
$35 for day course | 50% off for Level 3 Members | Free for Level 4 Members | Financial Difficulty? – Please see below*
**Registration opens Saturday, August 1 at 10am.
HOW TO ACCESS THE COURSE AFTER YOU REGISTER
You will receive a webpage to view the day course sessions on Thursday at 7pm. Please save this link. The sessions will become available at the scheduled times above and you will have 72 hours to view the sessions. The sessions will expire on Tuesday, August 25 at 9am.
How does it work? In order to receive the replay link, you will need to pre-register for this course. You will then be emailed a link with a webpage which will contain links of the sessions as they become available.
*We know many people are suddenly having a harder time making ends meet. Shelter-in-place has closed many businesses and affected many lives, especially financially. Please know we don’t turn anyone away for financial reasons, so please e-mail Raymond Leung, our Administrative Director at [email protected] for reduced fees.
Available for download at: https://tharpa.com/us/the-new-eight-steps-to-happiness-us.htmlRegister Now