Monday Evening
Beginner Level Classes
The Joy of Feeling Connected

Monday evenings
7-8:15pm 
January 10 - 31

$12 | Free for Members

Crowd of People Looking Upwards, Smiling & ClappingThe Joy of Feeling Connected

Loneliness is about how close and connected we feel to others. Loneliness is not just physical isolation – it’s an emotional barrier, a feeling of disconnection, a sense that things could be better. We don’t have to wait for others to break the barrier. They often don’t even see our loneliness. But we can take some essential mental steps ourselves. These can transform a sense of isolation into taking control of how we feel and relate to others.

With meditation we can develop a more realistic sense of togetherness, improve all our relationships and create a more positive outlook on life.

These classes will teach us how everyone can create this choice using Buddha’s wisdom and meditations.

This course is beginner in level. Although presented as a series, each class can stand alone, so you are welcome to attend any or all of the classes. Everyone is welcome!

*Please note that our holiday break begins on Dec. 19. After the break, the Thursday evening class with Steve Grover will switch to Monday evenings, and will start again on January 10.



Registration


Please click on the link with each class title to register. 

*Please note that beginning in January, we will no longer be providing recordings after the scheduled time of our classes, so from that time onwards, please be prepared to attend at the scheduled time (online or in-person).




Monday January 10
ONLINE OPTION: Overcoming Obstacles to Connection


Monday January 17
CLASS CANCELLED, BECAUSE OF WEATHER CONDITIONS


Monday January 24
ONLINE OPTION: Changing Our View


Monday January 31
ONLINE OPTION: Seeing the Best in Others




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If we wish to be free from problems there is only one thing to do - learn to maintain a peaceful state of mind by practicing Dharma sincerely and purely. 
Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche
Introduction to Buddhism