Tuesday Evening Class

Tuesdays • 7:00 – 8:30pm
with Kelsang Rigden

$10 per class | $40 for 5 classes | Free for members

@ Kadampa Meditation Centre Winnipeg
839 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, MB
R3G 0C3 | (View Map)

Woman meditating

Suitable for everyone, these walk-in classes provide a comprehensive introduction to meditation, offering guidance at all levels for developing and deepening your meditation practice. Learn meditations to relax body and mind, find inner peace, achieve mental clarity, and develop a kind and compassionate attitude towards others.

Each class includes teaching, guided meditation and an opportunity to ask questions. These classes are based on various books by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche and are the perfect way to establish a daily meditation practice.

Although taught as a series with class titles below, each class is self-contained and can be attended individually.


With the world in so much conflict we can learn to benefit ourself and others without becoming overwhelmed by problems. Developing authentic compassion will allow us to do this.

July 24  – Opening the Heart

July 31 – The Bliss of Perfect Freedom

Aug 7 – A Meaningful Life

Aug 14 – The Patience of Not Retaliating

Aug 21 – Wishing Love

Aug 28 – Building a Better World Through Meditation


There is nothing wrong with desire; however, uncontrolled desire is very painful. In this course we will explore methods to increase our good heart of love while reducing the jealousy, possessiveness and attachment that can wreak havoc on our relationships.

Sept 4  – The Pain of Attachment, The Freedom of Love

Sept 11 – Universalizing Love: The Practice of Equanimity

Sept 18 – Anger, Attachment, and Love: Purifying our Relationships

Sept 25 – The Trap of the Ego: Shining the Mind on Others

Oct 2 – Overcoming the Pain of Jealousy: Rejoicing Practice

Oct 9 – Insecurity vs. Confidence: Identifying with our Highest Potential

Oct 16 – Transforming the Needy Self: Letting Go of the Self We Normally See

Oct 23 – Relationships as a Reflection of Our Mind: The Mirror of Dharma

Oct 30 – Difficult Relationships as Opportunity: The Practice of Lojong