Center City General Program

Thursdays, 7:00-8:30pm
Kadampa Meditation Center Philadelphia
1102 Pine St.

$10 per class. No pre-registration required. Drop into any class.

Everyone wishes to be happy all the time, but we cannot achieve this goal unless we attain lasting inner peace. In this class, we will learn basic meditation techniques and Buddhist advice that can help us to become happy and peaceful from within. Each class includes two guided meditations and a teaching on a Buddhist topic. All are welcome afterwards for tea and conversation.

Taught by Resident Teacher, Gen Tenzin.

Everyone is welcome to attend, and no meditation experience is necessary.

Current Series: 

Just Breathe: Having a Positive Outlook in Life

July 18 – Feeling Rich and Successful In Relationships – with Meditation Teacher, Ana Ramirez
July 25 – Inner Peace through Meditation – with Meditation Teacher, Meg Yoho
Aug 1 – Basic Meditation for Anyone – with Meditation Teacher, Meg Yoho
Aug 8 – Learning to Be Close: Ending Guilt and Blame – with Meditation Teacher, Ana Ramirez
Aug 15 – Improving Self Esteem through Meditation – with Meditation Teacher, Ana Ramirez
Aug 22 – Healing Your Childhood: Looking Forward in a Positive Light – with Meditation Teacher, Ana Ramirez

Aug 29 – Welcome Home Party and Meditation with Gen Tenzin
Gen Tenzin will be hosting a welcome back meditation for peace and a party for fun. Everyone is invited, including children. Meditation will be held at 7pm, followed by a party, social time, and a large chocolate cake.

Starting in September, this class will be held on Tuesdays at 6:00 – 7:15pm. Check it out here

GenTenzin_2017(2)Gen Tenzin is a Buddhist monk of over 20 years and has taught Kadampa Buddhism extensively for over 21 years throughout the United States. As a senior Kadampa student and teacher, he is a close disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.  He has a great depth of understanding of the teachings and he shares them in an entertaining, approachable, and kind-hearted manner.

 

 

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