What's Really Happening All the Time? - Bodhichitta Kadampa Buddhist Centre
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What’s Really Happening All the Time?

Part of the  Learning to Let Go Series: Teachings on Renunciation

Is it possible for each of us to end fear and suffering completely?  Buddha taught that by cultivating the mind of renunciation we enter the path to liberation.  Renunciation is the wish to escape from samsara, the cycle of life contaminated by ignorance and delusion.  It is a joyful mind that empowers us to strive day and night to destroy its root; self grasping ignorance, and thereby establish the foundation to experience the unchanging inner peace of nirvana.

In this class, we will focus on understanding what’s really happening all the time.

We have only to look around us to see that human beings experience terrible sufferings due to disease, deprivation, oppression, wars, famine, natural disasters, and many other causes.  As long as we remain conditioned by ignorance and delusion, there is no real security to be found anywhere in samsara.

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Access to a rebroadcast of the video made during the live teaching will be made available to registrants for a 24 hour period starting as soon as the video is ready after the class. 

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Please join us if you reside on Vancouver Island or any of the surrounding islands.*

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Jun 29 2020


7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


$10 (Free for Members)




  • Gen Kelsang Zopa
    Gen Kelsang Zopa
    Resident Teacher, Bodhichitta Buddhist Centre

    A Canadian Buddhist monk, Gen Zopa has been presenting the profound and practical teachings of the Buddhist path for over 25 years. He teaches introductory classes, Foundation Program and the Teacher Training Program in the Victoria region. Renowned for the clarity and depth of his teachings, his warmth and practicality bring to life the ancient art of meditation.