Thursday Morning: 10:30-11:30am
OCT 18, OCT 25, NOV 1, NOV 8
THIS IS A SPECIAL 4-WEEK SERIES OF CLASSES. PRE-REGISTER OR JUST DROP-IN!
Horizon Unitarian Universalist
1641 W Hebron Pkwy | Carrollton, TX 75010
WHAT TO EXPECT
This series is perfect for beginners!
This series will provide an introduction to meditation and instruction and encouragement for starting to practice meditation, mindfulness, and bringing the practice into daily life. Class includes two guided meditations, a talk on Buddhist meditation for everyday living, and time for Q&A.
Although each class is part of a series, each one stands alone, so you can attend one, two or all classes.
Meditation For Daily Life
Seeking peace, happiness, and solutions for problems of everyday life? Meditation is a practical tool for transforming your state of mind, solving problems, improving your sense of personal well-being, and creating happiness for both yourself and those around you.
Buddhist meditation offers a thoroughly relevant approach to the issues of modern life and shows how by understanding and transforming our state of mind we can find happiness, peace, and even bliss!
Each class includes simple instruction, guided meditation, and time for your questions. This series will teach you:
What is meditation & what it is not
The benefits of meditation & how to start
Simple meditations you can do at anytime
How to bring peaceful and positive states of mind into daily life
Gen Kelsang Menla is the Resident Teacher of KMC Texas and has studied under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over 20 years. Gen Menla was ordained as a Kadampa Buddhist monk in 2001 and has worked and taught within the New Kadampa Tradition for many years. He brings a warm heart and joyful attitude to sharing Buddha’s teachings and the practice of meditation.
Cost & Registration
Pre-registration discount: 4 classes for the price of 3!
Register by Oct. 18 and pay $36 for 4 classes
Drop-in fee: Walk in any time
$12 each class | $6 for Student & Seniors 60+
Free for members of KMC Texas.