Buddhist Thought and Meditation: 

There’s No One to Blame

Tuesdays 6:30 – 7:45 pm

Collingwood Public Library

55 Ste Marie St, Collingwood, ON L9Y 0W6

A photo of a woman enjoying some inner peace

Join us for meditation in Collingwood.

When life gets difficult we instinctively look for somewhere to lay the blame – our partner, the government, our boss, the other team. 

Sometimes we even blame ourself, judging our mistakes harshly, feeling personally inadequate, and spiralling into destructive thoughts and behaviours.

Buddha’s teachings on the law of karma helps us to stop grasping at the past and let go of our mistakes, hurts and resentment.

They are deeply freeing and healing.

DID YOU KNOW? – This class is available as a live-streamed online class to monthly subscribers.

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Classes are held on a drop-in basis – feel free to attend as and when you like. Beginners very welcome.

You may pay for IN-PERSON tickets below or pay with cash or a card at the door:

It is very important to identify the actual cause of whatever unhappiness we feel.

If we are forever blaming our difficulties on others, this is a sure sign that there are still many problems and faults within our own mind.

How to Solve Our Human Problems

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

A photo of Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Suma

About Gen Kelsang Suma

Canadian Buddhist nun Gen Kelsang Suma has been teaching Kadampa Buddhism since the mid-1990s.

She is the Resident Teacher at Jampa Ling Kadampa Buddhist Centre.

A mother, grandmother and devoted practitioner, she is known for the warmth and clarity of her teachings and for her love of her students.

Find out more about our Centre

Jampa Ling Kadampa Buddhist Centre

Find out more about our Buddhist Tradition

New Kadampa Tradition