Weekly Classes in Washington Heights
Every Sunday at 4:30pm – 6:00pm
with Gordon Green
at 17 Sylvan Terrace
(near 161st St and St. Nicholas Avenue)
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
$10 | Free for Supporting Members
How to Transform Your Life
A series of classes based on Geshe Kelsang Gyatso’s newly published How to Transform Your Life. This practical manual for daily life shows how we can develop authentic inner peace, overcome daily problems and bring about positive changes in our life that enable us to experience deep and lasting happiness. Each class consists of guided meditations and clear explanations, as well as an opportunity to ask questions.
- Jan 7 Cultivating a Happy Mind: How to Have a Happy New Year
- Jan 14 Meditation, Happiness and Inner Peace
- Jan 21 Meditation and Transforming Your Life
- Jan 28 How to Develop and Maintain a Peaceful Mind
As part of our ongoing series, How To Transform Your Life, this month we will be focusing on the meditations and practical methods for transforming anger and conflict. By wholeheartedly accepting such difficulties we can use them as the springboard for real transformation. In this way even our challenging relationships are seen as essential for spiritual growth….and we learn how to improve those relationships as well!
- Feb 4 Transforming Anger
- Feb 11 The Art of Acceptance
- Feb 18 Acceptance and Transformation
- Feb 25 Transforming Conflict
- Mar 4 The Wisdom of Acceptance
Washington Heights meditation and Buddhism classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced meditation practitioners. These weekly classes contain guided meditations and Buddhist teachings which offer meditation techniques and teachings on the fundamentals of Buddhism, with an emphasis on their practical application in everyday life. Although these meditation classes are given as a series, they can also be taken individually. Please feel free to drop in on a class-by-class basis. Classes are held every week unless otherwise stated. No special clothing is required. No pre-registration required.
Location: 17 Sylvan Terrace (near 161st St and St. Nicholas Avenue)
For more information call (212) 924-6706