Leaving Anger Behind
Practical Advice from “How to Solve our Human Problems”
with Steve Krantz
Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:30pm
$15 | Free for Supporting Members
Drop-ins welcome | Pre-registration not required.
We all long for a life without problems. But it seems that every time we turn around, there they are. The question we need to be asking ourself is “How should I respond to this?” It is in our response to the challenging people and situations that we so often default to anger and frustration.
We can change this.
Geshe Kelsang’s book “How to Solve our Human Problems” lays out both the source of the problem and the steps we can take to free ourself from it. In these classes, utilizing this wonderful text, Steve will be drawing on the wisdom of Buddha’s teachings on compassion and patience acceptance, so that we can begin responding to problems with a light, creative and more helpful mind. Everyone welcome.
NEW SERIES STARTING IN MAY 2017
Learning to Love
Meditation and Deepening our Love and Compassion
The heart of Buddha’s teachings is unconditional love and compassion. Once we have learned how to keep our hearts filled with concern for our fellow living beings we will experience an extraordinary sense of well-being and peace. More importantly, as our compassion deepens we become a rich source of inspiration for those around us.
The key to a meaningful life is kindness. In exploring this topic in great depth, Geshe Kelsang’s acclaimed book, “Universal Compassion – Inspiring Solutions for Difficult Times” lays out the roadmap for transforming our day-to-day activities into opportunities for personal and spiritual growth and development. Weekly teachings, meditations and discussions – inspired by this text – will help you to engage with the the world with skill and confidence.
About Kadampa Meditation Center NYC
Located in the heart of Chelsea, Kadampa Meditation Center NYC provides meditation classes and teachings throughout NYC and the greater New York area.
We offer evening classes on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and morning classes on Tuesdays, and Sundays that are suitable for newcomers. Our lunchtime meditations and after-work meditations are only a half-hour long and a great way to get a taste of meditation. We also have monthly introductory classes, Awakening the Heart and How to Meditate, as well as regular day and weekend meditation courses and retreats.