Taught by Jason Valcourt, senior Buddhist Teacher at AKBC, the Tuesday night class gives us medicine for the mind. This meditation class series explores how to solve your human problems. Each class includes a short discussion and two guided meditations. Everyone is welcome.
$10 • $5/seniors & students/ free to members | $35 unlimited membership
339 Ives Street at Waterman Street | Providence • 02906 | 401.400.1657
TUESDAY NIGHTS | 7-8:15pm
Oct 2 - Oct 30
Buddha’s teachings on the law of Karma explain the relationship between our mind, our actions and our experiences. With an understanding and belief in karma, we increase our wisdom of change our lives. We learn to view our present experiences in a constructive way, and we learn to create the experiences we wish for, and the world we wish to live in.
Normally we relate to ourselves and our situations as if they are fixed and unchangeable. As a result, we feel stuck in our life and feel limited. Buddha’s teachings on karma, however, show a wisdom view that gives us a choice to change. We can transform our limited perceptions, and create the life we want, and become the person we wish to be.
Drop-in to any or all classes in the series. No prior experience necessary — everyone welcome!
Teachings will be based on the book: Universal Compassion written by the fully accomplished meditation master Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche
TOPIC for SERIES
Oct 2 How it Works — Creating Our World
Oct 9 The Beauty of Our Kind Mothers
Oct 16 Understanding the “Why” in Life
Oct 23 How Can I Purify Negativity?
Oct 30 The Joy of Karma