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The Essence of Kadampa Buddhism: Heart Jewel Practice Class

  • Kadampa Meditation Center Texas - Dallas 1875 Laws Street Dallas, TX, 75202 United States (map)
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Kadampa Buddhism is a special presentation of Buddha’s teachings that makes the path to enlightenment accessible to people of the modern world and explains clearly how to transform our lives into the spiritual path.

This special class will present some essential teachings on the practice Heart Jewel which is the daily meditation practice done by Kadampa Buddhists worldwide. Through this practice we can purify our mind of negativity, accumulate good fortune, and receive blessings of Buddha. We can also receive protection from Buddha which will help us strengthen our spiritual practice. In this way, we will naturally and easily gain realizations of the path to enlightenment and develop special wisdom.

This class will introduce the meditations contained within the practice and explain how to do them.


Teacher

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Gen Kelsang Menla is the Resident Teacher of the Kadampa Meditation Center Texas in Dallas. 

Gen Kelsang Menla was ordained as a Kadampa Buddhist monk in 2001 and has taught Kadampa Buddhism since that time. Gen Menla has also completed temple renovation projects in Baltimore, Albuquerque and our own temple here in Dallas. He brings a warm heart and joyful attitude to sharing Buddha’s teachings and the practice of meditation.


Schedule

Dallas

Saturday, September 16th 4:00-6:00pm


Cost & Registration

This is event is free. Donations kindly accepted.

Parking is not validated for this event.


Parking

PARKING IS EASY!

Abundant metered street parking is available on LamarLawsGriffinMungerCorbin and Ross and is just $.50/hour.  Download the Parkmobile app on your phone, it's super easy!

A number of lots and garages are also available within walking distance for $6/ day and $7/day.

Parking is not validated on Saturdays.

Earlier Event: September 8
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Later Event: September 29
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