New Year, New Opportunity with Gen Kelsang Wangpo

New Year, New Opportunity

Mondays ยท 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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The new year is a upon us and we are definitely looking ahead. We have developed some good habits and have the chance to develop more. We may have also developed some bad habits, but the opportunity to change them is upon us. As they say, it is a new year with new opportunities.

This course will offer us a chance to actively consider what opportunities we want to create for ourselves and how we can go about that. Gen Kelsang Wangpo, our Resident Teacher, will share some of Buddha’s wisdom so we can make good decisions about our goals and opportunities, and skillfully apply ourself to accomplishing them. No one wants to set January goals and see them evaporate before the month even ends; we need to know how to apply our energy to achieve these goals.

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Love Never Hurts: Why do we think it does?

Monday, Feb 1 - Monday, Feb 22
Love Never Hurts: Why do we think it does?

I love you. From the earliest moments of our life we have heard this phrase used. We hear parents and children expressing their love with these three words, we see married couples and people who are romantically involved looking at one another expressing their love, sometimes we see friends saying I love you. Even though we see love expressed all around us throughout our life, how well do we understand love? Probably not all that well. This would explain why we listen to sad songs about how love is painful. In fact, as Buddha correctly points out, love is never painful! (Other feelings are though).

In this series we are going to look at what is happening in our heart in those moments when we feel love as opposed to those painful moments. We can learn the difference between love and painful feelings. Once we know the difference, we can start to work in our heart and clear things up. Buddha explained that relationships get a whole lot easier once we can recognize harmful and helpful attitudes.

In this series we will learn how to recognize the helpful thoughts associated with love and the harmful thoughts that are associated with pain.

Everyone is welcome.