The Equality of Compassion
SF LGBT Center
1800 Market St, Room 201 San Francisco, CA 94102
Situations arise when we feel separated from others, either as individuals or as a group. From this sense of separation, disagreements and misunderstandings arise that can lead to anger, frustration and a sense of hopelessness. Through developing a sense of equanimity, thinking about the problems that each and every person faces, we can reduce inflexible ways of thinking and grow to develop acceptance, understanding and even a warm feeling for everyone we meet, think about or see.
This class will look at Buddhist practices for developing equanimity for all living beings. Cost: $15.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Gen Kelsang Choma is senior Teacher and Buddhist nun with the New Kadampa Tradition of Modern Buddhism. She has studied extensively on the Teacher Training Program for over 25 years and is qualified to teach both Sutra and Tantra. She is the Resident Teacher
at Kadampa Meditation Center San Francisco and is invited to teach nationally. enjoy her teachings for their clarity and warmth.
Info: 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