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Buddha explained that our mind is the most powerful object in the universe. By harnessing the power of our mind we can overcome negative thinking, maintain a happy mind in the midst of busy daily life and stay focused on the things that matter to us the most.
During this free talk Gen Khedrub will explain how to:
• Transform your life through the ancient art of mindfulness
• Find more calm and positive focus in every situation
• Pacify negative emotions and enjoy mental peace
This talk is going to be a great introduction for those who are new to Buddhist teachings and will give you the tools and insights you need to experience the power of mindfulness in your daily life right now. Everybody is welcome.
Free tickets go one sale on Saturday, February 18 at 12noon.
Location: This event will be held at Kadampa Meditation Center Boston, located at 2298 Massachusetts Ave. in Cambridge, just a few blocks from the Davis Square T stop. There is free street parking after 6pm.
Gen Kelsang Khedrub is the Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Center Boston. He has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism under the guidance of Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for almost 30 years. Gen Khedrub has served as a Resident Teacher in Chicago and in Seattle, and over the years he has taught special events and led meditation retreats around the country. His heartfelt teachings are presented with clarity and humor that make them accessible to everyone. Through his humility and deep understanding of Buddha’s teachings, Gen Khedrub provides an inspiring example of a contemporary Buddhist practitioner we can follow.
New to meditation? Try out the three guided breathing meditations contained within Meditations for Relaxation (MP3) available for download here.
Want to go deeper? Check out the Foundation Program for a systematic study of Buddha’s teachings that can provide you with a foundation for a strong daily practice.
March 1, 2023
7:00 pm - 8:15 pm