Saturday, January 23 | 9AM–1:00PM
With Resident Teacher, Gen Tsoglam
Our mind has tremendous power to either help or harm us. We know from our own experience that everyday things like jobs, relationships, possessions, or status can’t give us real security or happiness.
The Buddhist practice of going for refuge helps us find inner protection from uncertainty and vulnerability. Through practicing refuge, we gradually learn how to become our own protector, instead of our own worst enemy, by building stable mental habits of calm, clarity, and joy within our heart.
Some experience of Kadampa Buddhism is helpful, but not necessary. Everyone Welcome.
$20/full retreat | Free to FP and Patron Members
9–10:15am | Session 1
10:30am–11:45pm | Session 2
12–1:00pm | Session 3
What to Expect
Each session includes a brief teaching and both guided and chanted meditations. We will be using the prayer booklet: Essence of Good Fortune – Booklet You can also find these prayers in the text Joyful Path of Good Fortune
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About the Teacher
Resident Teacher, Gen Tsoglam, has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism for many years. Her teachings are heartfelt, practical, and presented with warmth and humor.