Introduction to the Practices of Purifying the Mind and Deepening Compassion

Learn about two special practices to purify the mind and increase our compassion.

tuesday, may 5, | 6:30 – 7:30pm

Gen Khyenwang will give commentary to the practice of Taking the Eight Mahayana Precepts, which many Kadampa practitioners engage in worldwide on the 15th of each month. She will also share commentary on the practice of Drop of Essential Nectar, a beautiful practice of chanted prayers conjoined with prostrations to Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion. These practices will be streamed online from the center on Saturday, May 16. If you are interested in participating on that Saturday, or if you would just like to know what these practices are about, you are welcome to join in on this class.

No cost. By donation only.

With Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Khyenwang

Gen Khyenwang is an inspiring example of a contemporary Buddhist practitioner and is known for her warmth and sincerity, putting time-tested teachings into practice in daily life. She has been practicing and teaching Buddhist meditation for many years under the guidance of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, the founder of the New Kadampa Tradition. The teachings she shares are clear, heartfelt and extremely practical for modern life.