Heartfelt Advice for Daily Life
Live-Streamed from Bodhichitta Centre
DATES: Mondays, July 27 – August 31
TIME: 10.30 – 11.30am
TEACHER: Gen Kelsang Zopa
COST: $10 per class or $55 for all 6 paid in advance
(Free for members)
All registrants will receive a link to allow on demand viewing of the class for 48 hours after the class ends. (Distributed when the video is ready)
REGISTRATION: You can register for each class separately (will be linked from the individual class boxes below) or, if you know you are interested in the whole series, you can register here for all the classes with one registration.
One thousand years ago, the great Indian Buddhist Master Atisha gave very special advice, which, if applied in our life even today, can lead us to pure and everlasting happiness. This ancient wisdom practice, known as Advice from Atisha’s Heart, contains perfect methods for keeping a balanced mind when faced with the challenging situations of our hectic modern lives.
This series includes:
- Contentment is Freedom (July 27)
- Equality through Equanimity (August 3)
- Respect is Not Weakness (August 10)
- Speak Truth with Love (August 17)
- Meaningful Daily Actions (August 24)
- Blame Karma, Not People (August 31)
From Advice from Atisha's Heart: “Always keep a smiling face and a loving mind, and speak truthfully without malice.” Find out more in this Buddhist Meditation class. ...
From Advice from Atisha's Heart:“If you engage in many meaningless activities your virtuous activities will degenerate, therefore stop activities that are not spiritual.” Find out more in this Buddhist Meditation class. ...
From Advice from Atisha's Heart: “Since all the happiness and suffering of this life arise from previous actions, do not blame others.” Find out more in this Buddhist Meditation class. ...
Gen Kelsang Zopa
A Canadian Buddhist monk, Gen Zopa has been presenting the profound and practical teachings of the Buddhist path to enlightenment for over 25 years. Renowned for the clarity and depth of his teachings, his warmth and practicality bring to life the ancient art of meditation.
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