Fri, Jul 29|
Kadampa Meditation Center North Carolina
Introduction to Buddhist Meditation: Meditation and The Buddhist Way of Life
Meditation classes with teachings by Kadampa Buddhist teacher Cate Fields
Time & Location
Jul 29, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
Kadampa Meditation Center North Carolina, 528 East Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28203, USA
About the event
*Please note: We are offering these classes in person or via Zoom livestream. If you choose Zoom livestream, then after you submit payment, you will receive a link to the meeting. This link is for your personal use only*
“In his Dharma teachings, Buddha advises us not to seek happiness outside ourself, but to establish it within our mind.” - Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Introduction to Buddhism
What makes Buddhist meditation Buddhist? There are many things that are unique to Buddhist meditation in particular, one of the most important being the Buddhist understanding of the mind. Buddhist meditation is all for the purpose of solving the basic problem of human suffering. Through understanding the mind, and understanding karma, solutions can be found that are not possible otherwise. In these classes, modern Buddhist teacher Cate Fields will introduce the basic foundations of the Buddhist way of life, including teachings on karma, the mind, reincarnation, and of course meditation. Start at the beginning of the series if you can, but if you miss the beginning then start when you are able.
Recommended reading: Introduction to Buddhism by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Download here - https://tharpa.com/us/introduction-to-buddhism-790.html
July 1 - Learning from an Enlightened Example: Who was Buddha?
July 8 - How to Solve Our Human Problems: Understanding the Mind
July 15 - Reincarnation Explained: Past and Future Lives
July 22 - How to Change What’s Happening to Us: What is Karma?
July 29 - Appreciating our Spiritual Opportunity: Our Precious Human Life
August 5 - Special Class: What is Meditation?
August 12 - Overcoming Anxiety and Depression: Meditation on Death
August 19 - Real Protection from Suffering: The Buddhist Way of Life with Gen Norbu