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Wed, Jul 27

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Kadampa Meditation Center North Carolina

Introduction to Buddhist Meditation: The Four Noble Truths

Meditation classes with teachings by Kadampa Buddhist teacher Fariba Homesley

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Time & Location

Jul 27, 2022, 6:30 PM – 7:45 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*

You should know sufferings. You should abandon origins. You should attain cessations. You should practice the path.” - Buddha, Sutra of the Four Noble Truths

Everyone knows their own suffering. But there is a world of difference between being impatient with our problems and pain, and learning from them. Buddha’s teachings encourage us to understand where our unpleasant feelings actually come from inside our own mind. Through understanding this, we naturally start to find inner solutions to our inner problems of mental discomfort. By practicing the path of discipline, meditation, and wisdom we gradually have more and more inner peace, until eventually we have deep mental freedom all the time.

These classes will introduce Buddha’s basic presentation of The Four Noble Truths for understanding our own problems and applying their solutions. Recommended reading: Modern Buddhism by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Free download here - www.emodernbuddhism.com

July 6 - Renouncing our Cycles of Suffering: What we should know

July 13 - The Inner Origins of Unhappiness: What we should abandon

July 20 - Discipline, Meditation, and Wisdom: What we should practice

July 27 - Permanent Inner Peace is Possible: What we should attain

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