Meditation has countless benefits. In this series, through learning how to meditate, we can solve our mental and physical problems and gradually experience a peaceful and meaningful life.

In this series, you will learn how to meditate (or improve your meditation) and gain the confidence to start, or continue, a fulfilling life-long meditation practice that will serve to benefit you in daily life.

Learn basic techniques and how to begin and maintain a meditation practice. It will also include an explanation of some aspect of Buddha’s teachings to help us stay positive throughout the day.

Live-streamed on Wednesdays, 7:00-8:15 pm. By registering, you will have access to the teachings through Jan 31. Register for the full series or individual classes.

Led by Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Khyenwang.

Register for the full series here,
or register for an individual class by clicking the titles below.

1/6 | Know your Potential for Inner Peace
1/13 | How Your Thoughts Create your World
1/20 | Recognizing the Inner Enemy
1/27 | Enjoying the Peace of Concentration

Each class is live-streamed at 7:00 pm. By registering, you will have access to the series or individual class through Jan 31.

Learn how to recognize and reduce the strong tendencies or bad mental habits that can lead to addiction and cause us to feel trapped, confused and powerless.

By learning about our own mind and its actual nature and function, we can begin to gain control over the unhealthy thoughts, wishes and desires and replace them with new positive mental habits.

These practical teachings are suitable for everyone. Classes include guided meditations, advice from Buddha’s teachings and methods to bring the teachings into daily life.

Led by Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Khyenwang.

Register for the full series here,
or register for an individual class by clicking the titles below.

1/10 | Freedom from Unhealthy Habits
1/17 | Recognizing Unhealthy Habits
1/24 | Mindfulness and Alertness
1/31 | Living Lightly

Each class is live-streamed at 10:30 am. By registering, you will have access to the series or individual class through Jan 31.

January Promotion: $30 for entire series
$12 per class | Free for Supporting Members

Deepen your experience of love, compassion and wisdom by engaging in this simple but profound guided retreat that can be accessed at your convenience available starting Saturday, Jan 16.

Everyone is welcome to this simple, but profound guided meditation retreat.

This retreat is based on a special poem entitled Eight Verses of Training the Mind, written by Bodhisattva Langri Tangpa almost 1,000 years ago. Through reflecting on and meditating on these eight verses, we can develop our own universal love and compassion.

Learn more about the retreat sessions here.

By relying on this ancient wisdom, which still applies to our modern-day life, we can learn the methods to create a life and a world based on compassion and wisdom.

Led by Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Khyenwang.

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$40 | $20 for Basic members
Free for Full or Benefactor members

Amitayus Long Life Retreat

Sunday, Jan 31

There is nothing more precious to us than our life. To those who wish to experience pure happiness, death and ignorance are the greatest obstacles to the fulfilment of their wishes. To overcome these obstacles, we need to increase our lifespan and our wisdom.

Chanted Prayers

Weekly Schedule: Streamed Live

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