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Suitable for Intermediate and Beginner Level Students
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15 Meditations for Daily Life

Wednesday evenings | 7-8:30pm
$12 | Free for Members

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15 Meditations for Daily Life
(Based on the book, The Mirror of Dharma with Additions by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso)

In these classes, we will learn how to prepare well to have successful meditations, that will help us to transform our inner state of mind. Improving our inner state of mind will help us to find a happier life, and solve our daily problems. Each week we’ll look at one of 15 meditations Buddha taught which can help us to find a very meaningful life, and help us to gently and steadily follow the path to achieving our highest potential, enlightenment. 

You can attend any or all of these classes. They are suitable for intermediate and beginner level students.

Class Schedule

Sept. 28:  What Follows Death?
Oct. 5:  Securing Safe Passage
Oct. 12: Understanding  Karma
Oct. 19: Freedom from Suffering
Oct. 26:  Recognizing the Root of our Suffering



Registration

We now offer unlimited in-person attendance. Please note that masks must be worn throughout the class.

We encourage you to register in advance, but you can register at the door instead, when you come to the class.

Please fill in the form below, Submit and then select the Buy now button to complete your registration.

We now offer unlimited in-person attendance. Please note that masks must be worn throughout the class.

We encourage you to register in advance, but you can register at the door instead.

Please fill in the form below, Submit and then select the Buy now button to complete your registration.



Wednesday Evening Online Registration

$12.00

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Attend these classes, and all our weekly classes for free, by purchasing a KMC Ottawa Monthly Membership -  click here
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Whereas each one of us is just one single person, other living beings are countless in number; therefore the happiness and freedom of others are much more important than our own.
Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche
Modern Buddhism (2ND ED.)