Learn the Fundamentals of Buddhist Meditation in Half-a-Day
with Naimah Hassan and Juan Reyna
When: Saturday, May 25, 2019, 10:30am – 1:30pm
Where: Kadampa Meditation Center, 127 W 24th Street, New York, NY
Cost: $25 | $15 per session* | Free for supporting members
With the right techniques, anyone can begin and sustain a successful daily meditation practice.
Join us for this special two-session class where we’ll explore the methods taught by Buddha for establishing a regular meditation practice.
We’ll examine the Buddhist way of thinking as well as the practical side of setting up a daily practice.
Session 1: Introduction to Buddhism 10:30 – 11:45 am with Naimah
In Part I of the course you will learn the fundamentals of Buddhist view and how they apply to meditation, ie training the mind. Applying these methods in your everyday life will lead to happiness and a sense of purpose and harmony in your relationships.
Session 2: Introduction to Meditation (a workshop) 12:15 – 1:30 pm with Juan
In Part II of the course you will learn the basics of meditation, from why we would want to meditate to the “technical” matters of how to do it. The workshop will include some guided meditations and provide plenty of time for questions.
*Per-session registration is not available online. It is recommended that you attend the course in its entirety, but walk-ins are welcome for those who cannot attend both sessions.
We provide chairs or cushions to sit on. No special clothing required.
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 meditation classes on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and morning meditation 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 a monthly introductory classes, Learn the Fundamentals of Buddhist Meditation, and on occasional weekends, as well as regular day and weekend meditation courses and retreats.