The Old Woman Who Cooked Stones
Part of the Buddhist Stories that Give Life Series
Sometimes the best way to learn about personal transformation is to hear stories about people who changed their lives through the power of patient acceptance, compassion, faith and other spiritual qualities. In this series of classes we will contemplate inspiring Buddhist stories that will illuminate and bring joy to our daily lives.
In this class, the third of the series, Zopa will tell us the story of The Old Woman who Cooked Stones.
This remarkable story illustrates how faith is an essential part of our spiritual training. If we take Buddha’s teachings on only an intellectual level, our mind will remain untamed.
No Experience Necessary.Register Here
Access to a rebroadcast of the video made during the live teaching will be made available to registrants for a 48 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.*
*Please check here for a Centre in your area if you do not reside or are not present on Vancouver Island or surrounding islands.
- Gen Kelsang ZopaResident 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.