Sunday Mornings at
Kadampa Meditation Centre Ottawa

Introductory Level Classes
Sunday Morning Advice for a Happy Life
with Kadampa Teacher Jane Douglas

Sunday mornings, 10-11am
at Kadampa Meditation Centre Ottawa

$12 | Free for members: Click here to become a member

Letting Go of Unpeaceful Minds


We may tend to assume that our problems and the anger they give rise to are caused by other people, or by external conditions we can't control.

Buddha tells us that we can learn that the source of our suffering is our own mind.  We can train to recognize, reduce and eventually eliminate all minds of anger, regardless of circumstances, by becoming familiar with the powerful practice of patience.

In these classes we will investigate practical methods we can use to develop this  peaceful mind.

You can attend any or all of these great drop-in classes. Each class will include a new teaching, and two guided meditations.  Everyone is welcome!


Sunday April 28 - No class - Away Retreat in Cantley Québec

Sunday May  5:  The self-focused "Me" mind 

Sunday May 12:  The attachment-anger connection

Sunday May 19:  The negative consequences of anger

Sunday May 26:   The power of patient acceptance

Sunday June 2 - No class, because of Doors Open Ottawa

Sunday June 9:   The power of not retaliating

Sunday June 16:   Gaining familiarity with the practice of patience

Sunday June 23: No class because of Guru Yoga Mandala Offering Retreat

Sunday June 30:  Enjoying the peaceful mind of patience

Jane DouglasJane Douglas is our Teacher for the Sunday Morning Advice class.  
Jane has studied and practised Buddhism for over twenty years, and has taught for numerous years. She enjoys giving her experience of Buddha's teachings to others.

Pre-registration is recommended, but you can pay at the door.

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$40.00 4-Class Cards are available at the door (only) as they are physical cards. 

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The only way to attain the permanent peace of liberation is to cultivate and increase our present peaceful minds.
Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche
How to Understand the Mind