THURSDAY NIGHTS | 6:30-8PM
Modern Buddhism: Meditations to Transform Our Mind
In recent years our knowledge of modern technology has increased considerably, and as a result we have witnessed remarkable material progress, but there has not been a corresponding increase in human happiness.
Happiness and suffering are states of mind and so their main causes are not to be found outside the mind. If we want to be truly happy and free from suffering, we must learn how to control our mind.
In this series, we will explore Modern Buddhism to understand more deeply beneficial Buddhist intentions and views that can solve our human problems. Through practicing Kadam Lamrim in our daily life, we can experience more peace of mind and accomplish the real meaning of our human life.
Aug 15 - Understanding the Capacity of Our Mind
Aug 22 - Solving Our Human Problems
Aug 29 - Faith: Creating Beneficial Wishes, Effort & Actions
Sep 5 - How Can Our Death Be Meaningful?
Sep 12 - Understanding Modern Buddhism in Daily Life
Sep 19 - Transforming Our Mind with Lamrim Meditations
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 firstname.lastname@example.org