Tuesday Evening Meditations for a Happy Life
TUESDAYS 7 – 8pm
(no class on May 26 due to International live stream Festival)
Starting in June, this will be offered for the first 3 weeks of each month
This class is only available for those residing in Manitoba or near the Manitoba border of Northern Ontario or Saskatchewan
with our Resident Teacher, Gen Kelsang Rigden
$10 per class
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Our Meditations for a Happy Life class is a perfect opportunity to learn different meditations and the basics of a meditation practice, derived from ancient Buddhist Teachings in a modern presentation. Each class is lead by Gen Kelsang Rigden, the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Winnipeg and includes two guided 20-minute guided meditations and instructions that can easily be integrated into daily life.
This series, suitable for beginners and experienced meditators alike, help us discover the profound benefits of engaging in meditation and enable us to develop a naturally peaceful, calm and happy mind. There will be time for Questions and Answers after the session.
These classes are only available to those residing in Manitoba or near the Manitoba border of Northern Ontario or Saskatchewan
Our classes will closely mirror the meditations found on the following meditation CDs (available for purchase at each class):
The first is a basic breathing meditation that helps to disengage the mind from the busyness of everyday life and create a special feeling of inner peace. The second combines mindfulness of the breath with visualization, or creative imagination, and leads to a deep feeling of inner calm and purity. The third is a special breathing meditation that combines mindfulness of the breath with the recitation of mantra.
The first meditation lays the foundation for meditating on the mind by helping to temporarily overcome physical appearances. The second introduces us to the clarity of our mind, and the third is a meditation on our root mind.
The first is a meditation on cherishing others – thinking that others are important, and that their happiness and freedom are important. The second is a practical meditation on compassion – the sincere wish to protect others from suffering. The third is a practical meditation on love – the sincere wish to give happiness to others.