Livestream or On Demand: Sunday Morning Meditation, 10:30-11:45am


Sunday Morning Meditation
Sundays, 10:30 – 11:45am

Livestream via Zoom & Available On Demand until next week’s class

Current Series:

How to Transform Conflict
with Gen Kelsang Chogyop

Stress, irritation, frustration and anger are common experiences in modern life, especially right now. In our communities, in our families, and perhaps in our own minds. These painful states of mind can easily arise when we encounter challenging situations and difficult people. If frustration and anger is not recognized early on it becomes a poison that destroys our happiness and interferes with our relationships. This class will introduce several methods for recognizing, reducing and finally removing this destructive habit from our mind, helping us to experience the peace and freedom that we all long for. Everyone is welcome!

“There is no greater evil than anger, and no greater virtue than patience.” – Bodhisattva Shantideva

March 21 – Buddha’s Take on Anger & Frustration with Meditation Teacher, Sarah Frew
March 28 – Why We Get Angry/Why is it so Easy?
April 4Special Event, The Wisdom of Love with special guest teacher,  Gen Kelsang Norden
April 11 – Anger is… A) Useful? B) Harmful?
April 18 – Can We Harness Anger?
April 25 – Cultivating Inner Peace in an Angry World
May 2 – How to Face and Transform Anger & Frustration

Listen to special Buddhist advice for keeping a peaceful mind and good heart in these times. Live-streamed classes will take place Sunday mornings from 10:30-11:45am on Zoom. The class is also available to view on-demand until the following Sunday.

Everyone is welcome. No meditation experience is necessary.

$15 per class. No cost for members (please check your email for the discount code).

To join the class, please follow these 3 easy steps:

  1. Fill out the form below and select whether you are registering for the next Sunday’s live-streamed class or the previous Sunday’s on-demand class.
  2. Wait to be redirected to the payment page (credit card or PayPal accepted)
  3. Check your email for your Zoom link to the class.

Streaming is available to those in the Greater Philadelphia Metropolitan area. If you live outside of that area, you can find a local Kadampa meditation center here.
Please note that videos cannot be downloaded and should not be shared with others.

If you experience any problems registering, please contact our Administrative Director, Sarah, at admin@meditationinphiladelphia.org.