Helping Others in Pain - Bodhichitta Kadampa Buddhist Centre
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Helping Others in Pain

Part of the Transforming Pain into Power series

In this series, we will explore our response to trauma, pain and the suffering we see inside of us and others.  Discover how to turn our usually negative reactions to pain and problems into the power to grow spiritually and create a deeply positive effect on our world.

In this class, Tsalden will focus on how to Help Others in Pain

Have you ever wondered what to say to someone who is suffering with physical pain or illness?  Perhaps you want to alleviate your friend’s suffering, but you don’t know what to do.  During this class we will explore how to use the healing power of compassion and imagination to “take away” others’ suffering and “give” them happiness.

No Experience Necessary.
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Registration will remain open until 8pm on Saturday, Oct 17 as there is still time to watch the entire class.

This class will be delivered ON DEMAND, available from the morning of Wednesday, Oct 14 to midnight on Saturday, October 17.

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

*Please check here for a Centre in your area if you do not reside or are not present on Vancouver Island or surrounding islands.

 

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Date

Oct 14 2020 - Oct 17 2020

Cost

$10 (Free for Members)
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Location

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Teacher

  • Kelsang Tsalden
    Kelsang Tsalden

    Kelsang Tsalden is an ordained Buddhist nun and a teacher of Kadampa Buddhism at Bodhichitta Buddhist Centre. Having experienced very rapid disc degeneration, in less than one year she went from healthy to wheelchair. Buddhist teachings and meditation have provided her a peaceful and happy life and the ability to comfort and support others who are experiencing suffering in their lives.