Public Talk – Awakening the Heart: A New Perspective on Relationships
The practices of training the mind and the meditations presented within Buddhism are universally applicable and offer excellent methods for improving all of our relationships with family, friends, partners, work colleagues and beyond. Relationships can provide meaning and joy to our life, but they can also give rise to friction, insecurity, resentment and sadness. During this talk, we will explore the methods of Buddhist psychology and meditative practice for re-framing relationships, learning to cultivate positive and harmonious relationships that give purpose and happiness to our lives.
Public Talk: $20. To register click here
Gen Kelsang Rigpa will also be giving this talk in Sacramento on Sunday, February 18. More information
Day Retreat – Transforming Our Relationships: Meditations for Awakening the Heart
Saturday, February 17, 10:00am-4:15pm
with Gen Kelsang Rigpa
Enjoy deepening your experience of meditations that will bring you into your heart, evoking a feeling of connection and love towards others, healing our relationships from the inside out.
10:00am-11:15am: Session 1
1:00-2:15pm: Session 2
3:00-4:15pm: Session 3
WHERE: KMC San Francisco, 3324 17th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
GEN KELSANG RIGPA is an American Buddhist monk and a close disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche; he has received lineage blessings and oral transmissions directly from him.
Gen Rigpa’s heartfelt and practical teachings are presented with warmth and humor, making them accessible to everyone. He shows the joy of living a spiritual life and is an inspiring example of Buddhism in action.
Please also join us for the 4 week follow up series Transforming our Relationships with Gen Kelsang Choma starting February 20.
$50. Free for members.
$75/Public Talk, Retreat and 4 week series
Information: epc@MeditateInSanFrancisco.org, (415) 503-1187, MeditateInSanFrancisco.org
Kadampa Meditation Center San Francisco is a member of the New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union