Tue, Feb 28|
Basic Buddhist Meditation: Stop Suffering
Overcoming the Laziness of Attachment: What Does Our Death Mean?Meditation classes with teachings by modern Buddhist teacher Fariba Homesley
Time & Location
Feb 28, 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM EST
Davidson, 907 Barra Row suite 202, Davidson, NC 28036, USA
About the event
Location: 907 Barra Row, Suite 202, Davidson, NC 28036 (2nd floor, parking in the back)
“Whenever we meditate, we are performing an action or karma that causes us to experience peace of mind in the future.” - Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Modern Buddhism
We all want to be free from anxiety, depression, anger, and all suffering. Unfortunately, we still run straight towards the causes of suffering and problems. This is because we are not clear enough about which actions and states of mind cause suffering, and which cause happiness.
These classes will introduce the basic Buddhist meditations that form the foundation of the path to enlightenment. In them, we will learn how to look at our life, death, and this impure world in a way that will lead to real inner peace, joy, compassion and wisdom.
Recommended reading: Modern Buddhism by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Free download here - https://tharpa.com/us/modern-buddhism-812.html
February 21 - Appreciating our Spiritual Opportunity: The Preciousness of our Human Life
February 28 - Overcoming the Laziness of Attachment: What Does Our Death Mean?
March 7 - Focusing our Spiritual Practice: The Dangers of Lower Rebirth
March 14 - Real Protection from Suffering: Going for Refuge
March 21 - Creating Happiness, Not Suffering: What is Karma?