FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 | 7:30-8:30PM
Buddha Nature: Recognizing Your Potential
In this busy modern world, it’s common to become immersed in digital technology and feel isolated from the people around us. These Friday evening lectures support connectedness by exploring mindfulness methods, Buddhist ways of thinking, and specific meditation topics derived from Buddha’s teachings. Engaging in a regular practice of mindfulness and meditation will help us deal with negative emotions more confidently, generate fearlessness in the face of adversity, and stay engaged with friends, family and co-workers. Everyone is welcome.
$12 ($6 for students and seniors 62+, free for supporters)
September 21 Buddha Nature: Recognizing Your Potential
October 5 Dealing with Overstimulation: How to Stay Balanced
November 2 Finding Stability in a Shifting World
November 16 Dealing with Difficult People: How to Love and Forgive
Dale Berg has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism for over ten years. He is a student on the Teacher Training Program at KMC Washington and resident at the Center. Dale is admired for his skill in presenting Buddha’s teachings in a light and practical manner that supports those who are struggling with the demands of modern life.
Kadampa Meditation Center Washington
6556 24th Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98117 (map)