The Best Life
The Joy of Becoming a Bodhisattva
with Kadam Morten and others
11:00am – 12:30pm
$15, Free for Supporting Members
Walk-ins welcome; pre-registration not required.
127 West 24th Street, New York, NY
(Entrance on street-level, between 6th and 7th Ave.)
According to Buddha, the best life is that of a Bodhisattva, a person who is progressing towards the actualization of their highest potential in order to be of real benefit to everyone, all living beings. And the life of a Bodhisattva is still available to us here and now.
In this series we will learn how we can begin to generate the intention of a Bodhisattva, so that our life begins to resemble the Bodhisattva’s way of life. Fulfilling our own potential, and maximizing our ability to be of real benefit to our world, there can be no more meaningful and joyful life than this.
- Apr 7: The Best Intention with Natalia Darialova
- Apr 14: Our Highest Purpose with Kadam Morten
- Apr 21: The Best Way to Help (Easter Special) with Kadam Morten
- Apr 28: Love and Empathy with Tim Cockey
- May 5: Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life with Kadam Morten
- May 12: Gratitude, Forgiveness and Love (Mother’s Day Special) with Kadam Morten
Everyone is welcome
Although it’s most beneficial to engage in the whole series, you are welcome to drop in for an individual class whenever you wish.
Weekly General Program guided meditations & teachings are suitable for both beginners and more advanced meditation practitioners. General meditation classes are given as a series, but can also be taken individually.
Classes are held every week unless otherwise stated.
No special clothing is required. No pre-registration required. We offer chairs or cushions to sit on.
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.