This event occurs in the past. See below for our upcoming courses, retreats and special events.

How Not to Stress

We all know that stressing out just makes things worse. And yet we also feel like we have no choice but to stress and worry about the crises and pressures we face in our lives.

According to Buddha, stress does not come from external situations but rather from our response to them. In other words, it comes from our mind. By learning how to “drop out” of a stressed mind and into a clear and peaceful one we can learn to respond to problems differently, in a more centered, flexible and effective way.

In this half-day course, Natalia will guide us in a surprisingly simple meditation that can bring about a peaceful, clear mind swiftly. Then, using Buddha’s profound insights into the mind, she will uncover where our stressful response comes from, and show how we can gain new perspectives on our difficulties and respond skillfully and peacefully.

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UPCOMING COURSES, RETREAT AND SPECIAL EVENTS

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The Magical Practice of Taking & Giving

Saturday, August 20
10:00am – 1:30pm + Q&A
with Natalia Darialova

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Training in Emptiness

Saturday, August 27
10:00am – 1:30pm + Q&A
with France Roy

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Annual Country Retreat

September 2 – 5
with Kadam Morten
Everybody Welcome!

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Awakening the Heart

Saturday, September 10
10:00 – 11:30am + Q&A
with Woo Jung Cho

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Learn the Fundamentals of Buddhist Meditation

Saturday, September 17
10:00am – 1:30pm + Q&A
with Bill Mabe and Maria Rapetskaya

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28th Anniversary Party

Friday, September 23
7:00pm
Everybody Welcome!

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International Fall Festival

October 14 – 20
KMC New York
with Gen-la Dekyong