Thursday Evening Courses

 

Exploring Addictive Tendencies

We all have habits we want to break. Some of our habits that initially seem harmless can grow out of control and end up destroying our health, happiness and relationships. In this course we will explore the inner causes of our bad habits, and learn how we can gradually overcome addictive tendencies by using spiritual practices such as mindfulness, meditation, positive determinations and prayer.


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Gratitude: A thankful heart is a happy heart

One of the easiest ways to feel happy is to cultivate gratitude. When we call to mind the countless ways in which our physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing depends upon others, we’re filled with appreciation for the “web of kindness” that links and encompasses all living beings. And when we feel grateful, it gives us a sense of joy and connection with others. Enhance the meaning and enjoyment of this holiday season by increasing your awareness of, and gratitude for, the continuing and indispensable kindness of others in your life.

Nov
15
Thu
Exploring Addictive Tendancies @ Jampa Ling Kadampa Buddhist Centre
Nov 15 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Thursday Evening Course | 7:00 – 8.30 pm

These modular or ‘mini’ courses, each four weeks long, will be taught by Gen Suma. You can register below or at the Centre.

Each class will begin with a meditation. This will be followed by a teaching, discussion and a final contemplation.

You may register at the Centre or using the form below..


Exploring Addictive Tendencies

A four-week course: Nov 1, 8, 15, 22 

We all have habits we want to break. Some of our habits that initially seem harmless can grow out of control and end up destroying our health, happiness and relationships. In this course we will explore the inner causes of our bad habits, and learn how we can gradually overcome addictive tendencies by using spiritual practices such as mindfulness, meditation, positive determinations and prayer.

 


REGISTRATION

$ 0.00

 


 

 

Nov
22
Thu
Exploring Addictive Tendancies @ Jampa Ling Kadampa Buddhist Centre
Nov 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Thursday Evening Course | 7:00 – 8.30 pm

These modular or ‘mini’ courses, each four weeks long, will be taught by Gen Suma. You can register below or at the Centre.

Each class will begin with a meditation. This will be followed by a teaching, discussion and a final contemplation.

You may register at the Centre or using the form below..


Exploring Addictive Tendencies

A four-week course: Nov 1, 8, 15, 22 

We all have habits we want to break. Some of our habits that initially seem harmless can grow out of control and end up destroying our health, happiness and relationships. In this course we will explore the inner causes of our bad habits, and learn how we can gradually overcome addictive tendencies by using spiritual practices such as mindfulness, meditation, positive determinations and prayer.

 


REGISTRATION

$ 0.00

 


 

 

Nov
29
Thu
Exploring Addictive Tendancies @ Jampa Ling Kadampa Buddhist Centre
Nov 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Thursday Evening Course | 7:00 – 8.30 pm

These modular or ‘mini’ courses, each four weeks long, will be taught by Gen Suma. You can register below or at the Centre.

Each class will begin with a meditation. This will be followed by a teaching, discussion and a final contemplation.

You may register at the Centre or using the form below..


Exploring Addictive Tendencies

A four-week course: Nov 1, 8, 15, 22 

We all have habits we want to break. Some of our habits that initially seem harmless can grow out of control and end up destroying our health, happiness and relationships. In this course we will explore the inner causes of our bad habits, and learn how we can gradually overcome addictive tendencies by using spiritual practices such as mindfulness, meditation, positive determinations and prayer.

 


REGISTRATION

$ 0.00

 


 

 

Dec
6
Thu
Gratitude @ Jampa Ling kadampa Buddhist Centre
Dec 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Gratitude: A thankful heart is a happy heart

One of the easiest ways to feel happy is to cultivate gratitude. When we call to mind the countless ways in which our physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing depends upon others, we’re filled with appreciation for the “web of kindness” that links and encompasses all living beings. And when we feel grateful, it gives us a sense of joy and connection with others. Enhance the meaning and enjoyment of this holiday season by increasing your awareness of, and gratitude for, the continuing and indispensable kindness of others in your life.

Dec
13
Thu
Gratitude @ Jampa Ling kadampa Buddhist Centre
Dec 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Gratitude: A thankful heart is a happy heart

One of the easiest ways to feel happy is to cultivate gratitude. When we call to mind the countless ways in which our physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing depends upon others, we’re filled with appreciation for the “web of kindness” that links and encompasses all living beings. And when we feel grateful, it gives us a sense of joy and connection with others. Enhance the meaning and enjoyment of this holiday season by increasing your awareness of, and gratitude for, the continuing and indispensable kindness of others in your life.

Dec
20
Thu
Gratitude @ Jampa Ling kadampa Buddhist Centre
Dec 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Gratitude: A thankful heart is a happy heart

One of the easiest ways to feel happy is to cultivate gratitude. When we call to mind the countless ways in which our physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing depends upon others, we’re filled with appreciation for the “web of kindness” that links and encompasses all living beings. And when we feel grateful, it gives us a sense of joy and connection with others. Enhance the meaning and enjoyment of this holiday season by increasing your awareness of, and gratitude for, the continuing and indispensable kindness of others in your life.