COMOX Fall 2021
DAY: Tuesday Evening
DATES: Sept 14 – Nov 2
TEACHER: Janet Marriott
COST: $12 each class / Free for Members
WHERE: The Little Red Church in Comox, 2182 Comox Ave. (across from St. Joseph’s Hospital)
Please arrive a few minutes early at The Little Red Church and pay $12 at the door (cash or cheque only) or just check in if a member.
Enrol in a $50 monthly membership and enjoy unlimited access to these classes plus online classes and discounts on other Bodhichitta Centre events. (Please enrol online at least 3 days before the class)
No experience required. Buddhist meditation is widely known for its ability to help people remove their inner causes of suffering. It is also about becoming happier and happier — discovering the deep peace, joy, and bliss we all have inside of us.
Join Janet Marriott from the Bodhichitta Kadampa Buddhist Centre for this series of classes that introduce the practice of meditation and its benefits in our daily life.
SHAPING OUR FREEDOM
SEP 14- NOV 2
In this series of classes we will examine how Buddha’s teachings and the practice of meditation can shape a future that includes tools of compassion and wisdom. As we re-emerge this fall with new understanding and appreciation of our freedoms, we will explore the potential and benefits of growing our own inner peace and happiness.
- Meditation, the Buddhist Technology for Change
- How Delusions Deceive Us
- Letting Go of Anger
- Practicing Patience
- Perceptions are Subjective
- Learning to Rejoice
- Attachment is Painful
- Practicing Contentment
Janet is a meditation teacher at Bodhichitta Buddhist Centre and has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism for over 15 years. Janet enjoys sharing her practical experience of how helpful Buddha’s advice and meditation techniques are in our everyday lives.
THE LITTLE RED CHURCH
The drop-in class will be held at the Little Red Church in Comox, 2182 Comox Ave. (across from St. Joseph’s Hospital).
Q. What are the Covid related rules for this class?
- Stay home if sick or not feeling well
- Masks are mandatory for attendees*
The teacher will remove their mask once seated, but will maintain a 2 meter distance.
- Please avail yourself of handwashing/sanitation facilities provided.
We encourage you to use our on-line options if you are ill, not vaccinated or are not comfortable or unable to wear a mask.
Q. Do I need to be a Buddhist to attend?
Q. Do I need to have any experience?
Q. How should I dress?
Q. Is there any physical exercise involved?
No. The classes focus on meditation and teachings alone. You can choose to sit on a chair or meditation cushion.
Q. Is it necessary to book in advance?
No, please just drop in a few minutes before the class starts and pay at the door with cash or cheque. Members just tick their name on the list.