Finding Peace in Daily Life

Methods to Develop and Maintain Inner Peace

Buddha’s ancient teachings are called “Dharma” which literally means “protection.” When we integrate Dharma into our daily life our mind is protected regardless of external conditions. The practical methods of these teachings give us specific methods to develop and maintain our inner peace through meditation.

In this series, we will explore how to overcome our own delusions, such as anger, attachment and ignorance, and develop profound spiritual realizations of universal love, compassion, concentration and wisdom. In this way we can help others solve their problems not just for a few days or a few years, but permanently.

June 20 - Discover Your True Happiness
June 27 - Identifying Distorted Views of Self & Others
July 11 - Receiving Inspiration & Encouragement
July 25 - A Daily Meditation Practice

COST: $10, $5 for seniors and student, free to members

Monthly Membership: $40 for unlimited membership

Thursday nights is taught by Lloyd Williams, 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.

Friends House, 901 Pleasant Street, Worcester, MA, 01602

What to Expect at a Class

Classes run in 6-week series. Each class includes a teaching and guided meditation. Series are ongoing. No previous experience is necessary. Everyone is welcome. Class is followed by refreshments and time to chat with the teacher and other students. No previous experience is necessary.

If you have been coming to classes regularly and would like to deepen your knowledge and experience of Buddhism, please explore our Foundation Program (FP) in Worcester on Sundays from 4-6pm. For more information, email