with Gen Samten Kelsang
We all like the idea of living in the moment but what does it actually mean? According to Buddha’s liberating teaching on subtle impermanence, this moment is all there really is. Even a glimpse of subtle impermanence allows us to let go of the past, frees us from our problems and worries, and gives us the flexibility to fully embrace every moment of our lives.
(Gen Samten Kelsang is a Buddhist monk and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center New York. He has been studying and practising Buddhism for over 30 years and has taught for many years in the UK and US, as well as engaging in extensive meditation retreat. He is internationally renowned for his deep experience and inspiring presentation.)