Emptiness, Empathy and the Two Bodhichittas

A Weekend Retreat at our Kadampa Temple in the Catskills

Kadam Morten Clausen, Resident Teacher at KMC-NYC, Eastern US National Spiritual Director for the New Kadampa Tradition

with Kadam Morten

When: Friday, March 24 – Sunday, March 26, 2017
Where: Kadampa Meditation Center New York
47 Sweeney Road, Glen Spey, NY 12737 [Map]

Advance Registration Essential for all Participants

For all registration inquiries, contact KMC-NYC, not the temple.

Registration Fees (does not include accommodation, shuttle or meals)

Buddha presents us with an extraordinary vision of our human potential: becoming an enlightened person whose very being benefits everyone. Is that possible? Yes, through the practices that emphasize emptiness on the one hand and love and compassion on the other. The union of wisdom and method.

In this weekend meditation course, set in the beautiful and inspiring environment of the Catskills and our national temple, we will delve deeply into the practice known as ‘exchanging self with others’ highlighting how an understanding of emptiness naturally produces a profound empathy. It is from this wisdom-based love that the two bodhichittas, the actual causes of enlightenment, arise.

This course will give us insight our human capacity, energizing and inspiring every facet of our spiritual practice both sutra and tantra. Everyone is welcome.

Registration Details

Online registration opens Friday February 17th at 12pm. For all registration inquiries, contact KMC-NYC, not the upstate temple. Review event FAQs for detailed info about registration and event logistics. Registration fees do not include meals, shuttle or accommodation. Please contact us if you need any more information.