About the Teacher
Thursday nights is taught by Lloyd Williams, Senior Kadampa Buddhist Teacher. This class gives us an opportunity to go deeper into Buddhist philosophy and meditation experience. Each class includes a short discussion and two guided meditations. Everyone is welcome.
THU | 6:30-8PM
Jul 2 —What Creates a Difficult Conversation?
Jul 9 — Overcoming the Fear of Being Rejected
Jul 16 — The Power to Pacify and Inspire
Jul 23 — Fierce Compassion
See Instructions Below
When faced with having to have difficult conversations we may try avoiding them, or we may repress our true feelings, or we may lash out in anger, or all of the above! Ultimately, none of these approaches will lead to happiness. Buddha emphasized the need for skillful and beneficial actions in all circumstances, and in particular he taught four special approaches to dealing with difficulties.
Known as the four “siddhis”, or attainments, these four types of enlightened action will empower us with the energy and skill we need to deal with conflict and confrontation. They will allow us to navigate even the most challenging situations calmly and wisely, and they will allow us to speak with clarity and compassion.
You do not need to be Buddhist to take part and benefit. No previous experience necessary — everyone is welcome!
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Adult—$10 | Student & Senior—$5
Monthly Membership (MVS)
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• Pay per class. You will receive a Zoom link, ID, and password.
• Pay for a monthly membership.
• Login as an Existing MVS Member using your monthly password.
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Please register for this event at least 15 minutes prior to the start of class in order to receive access. These classes are meant for people living in Rhode Island and branch locations in Massachusetts. For technical difficulties, please email us at: email@example.com