Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect the health of the community, this series has been postponed until further notice.

We are exploring the option of offering virtual classes.


Saturday, March 21 | 10am – 1pm
With Resident Teacher Gen Khyenwang

About the Class

Many people suffer from feelings of fear and constant anxiety or are simply overwhelmed by the stress and demands of everyday life. To discover peace and happiness in the midst of our daily life we need to learn to live fearlessly by meeting the challenges of our daily life with an open heart filled with compassion and wisdom. We can cultivate these inner qualities and transform our life by applying the special scientific methods taught by Buddha. This course will focus on providing simple and practical meditation techniques to solve our problems, enjoy inner peace, and discover a freedom that gives us lasting meaning and happiness in our lives.
Meditations will be guided, advice shared and time for discussion and Q & A.Everyone is welcome. No experience necessary.

About the Teacher

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.

In addition to teaching drop-in meditation classes, day courses, and guiding retreats, Gen Khyenwang also teaches weekly study programs (Foundation Program and Teacher Training Program) and shares teachings at centers throughout New England.


9:30 – 10am | Registration
10 – 11:15am | Session 1
11:15 – 11:45am | Tea Break (Light refreshments offered)
11:45am – 1pm | Session 2

$25 preregistered | $30 at the door
$15 preregistered | $20 at the door | Full Members
Free for Benefactors
For more information: info@odiyana.org | 860.266.6041

*Accessible entrance located in the rear of the building. Please contact the Center in advance of attending a class if you require the use of this entrance.
info@odiyana.org /860.266.6041.