Weekly Classes with Gen Kelsang Suma

 

Weekly classes on Buddhist thought and meditation. Although part of a series, each class is self-contained, and consists of guided meditation, a teaching, and time for questions and discussion.

For more information please press on the class links below. Everyone is welcome.

Cost: $12 per class or $40 for 4 classes (free for members)

Sep
23
Mon
Class in Newmarket @ St Paul's Anglican Church
Sep 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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Living in the Moment

with Gen Kelsang Suma

If we check, our mind is always swinging back and forth, one minute obsessing about the past and the next minute worried about the future. Either way, we are never fully in the present for long. Explore Buddha’s teachings on what living in the moment really means. Connect with the peace and happiness available to us moment by moment.

Everyone is welcome.

 

Oct
7
Mon
Class in Newmarket @ St Paul's Anglican Church
Oct 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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Living in the Moment

with Gen Kelsang Suma

If we check, our mind is always swinging back and forth, one minute obsessing about the past and the next minute worried about the future. Either way, we are never fully in the present for long. Explore Buddha’s teachings on what living in the moment really means. Connect with the peace and happiness available to us moment by moment.

Everyone is welcome.

 

Oct
21
Mon
Class in Newmarket @ St Paul's Anglican Church
Oct 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

hand-bubble

Living in the Moment

with Gen Kelsang Suma

If we check, our mind is always swinging back and forth, one minute obsessing about the past and the next minute worried about the future. Either way, we are never fully in the present for long. Explore Buddha’s teachings on what living in the moment really means. Connect with the peace and happiness available to us moment by moment.

Everyone is welcome.

 

Oct
28
Mon
Class in Newmarket @ St Paul's Anglican Church
Oct 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

hand-bubble

Living in the Moment

with Gen Kelsang Suma

If we check, our mind is always swinging back and forth, one minute obsessing about the past and the next minute worried about the future. Either way, we are never fully in the present for long. Explore Buddha’s teachings on what living in the moment really means. Connect with the peace and happiness available to us moment by moment.

Everyone is welcome.

 

Nov
4
Mon
Class in Newmarket @ St Paul's Anglican Church
Nov 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

hand-bubble

Living in the Moment

with Gen Kelsang Suma

If we check, our mind is always swinging back and forth, one minute obsessing about the past and the next minute worried about the future. Either way, we are never fully in the present for long. Explore Buddha’s teachings on what living in the moment really means. Connect with the peace and happiness available to us moment by moment.

Everyone is welcome.

 

Nov
11
Mon
Class in Newmarket @ St Paul's Anglican Church
Nov 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

hand-bubble

Living in the Moment

with Gen Kelsang Suma

If we check, our mind is always swinging back and forth, one minute obsessing about the past and the next minute worried about the future. Either way, we are never fully in the present for long. Explore Buddha’s teachings on what living in the moment really means. Connect with the peace and happiness available to us moment by moment.

Everyone is welcome.

 

Nov
18
Mon
Class in Newmarket @ St Paul's Anglican Church
Nov 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

hand-bubble

Living in the Moment

with Gen Kelsang Suma

If we check, our mind is always swinging back and forth, one minute obsessing about the past and the next minute worried about the future. Either way, we are never fully in the present for long. Explore Buddha’s teachings on what living in the moment really means. Connect with the peace and happiness available to us moment by moment.

Everyone is welcome.

 

Nov
25
Mon
Class in Newmarket @ St Paul's Anglican Church
Nov 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

hand-bubble

Living in the Moment

with Gen Kelsang Suma

If we check, our mind is always swinging back and forth, one minute obsessing about the past and the next minute worried about the future. Either way, we are never fully in the present for long. Explore Buddha’s teachings on what living in the moment really means. Connect with the peace and happiness available to us moment by moment.

Everyone is welcome.