How to Start a Regular Meditation Practice
Saturday Morning Course - A Beginner Level Course, for Everyone
Saturday December 4

10am - 12:00 noon

Course fee $20  (Discounts apply if you're a member.)


How to Start a Regular Meditation Practice

Buddhist meditation helps us to transform our mind from uncontrolled, negative states into peaceful states. When we start meditating regularly our mind begins to gradually change for the better. It becomes more positive, less tense, and we acquire an ability to ‘go with the flow’ when plans are disrupted or we are faced with challenges. In this course we will receive instructions on how to meditate and learn how to sustain a meaningful practice even in the midst of a busy life.

This class will include guided meditations, and is perfect for those new to meditation and Buddhism. Everyone is welcome!




Registration (Please note that you have a choice, of either online or in-person attendance.)

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Please note that you have two options to choose from, online or in-person. In accordance with new Provincial guidelines, for anyone attending in-person classes at KMCO we will require valid proof of vaccination and gov't issued ID.  As a result, we won't be limited by distancing requirements for the seating in the meditation room, and there will be room for everyone.
For more information about the safety measures we'll be practising, please see our Membership page (click here).

*A recording will be available for 48 hours for those who attend online. Please note that recordings will not be available for those who attend in-person. Please also note that refunds are not possible at this time.


ONLINE OPTION December 4

IN-PERSON OPTION December 4

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No matter how difficult our external circumstances may become, for as long as we maintain a calm and peaceful mind, the situation will not be a problem for us.
Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche
How to Solve Our Human Problems