Fort Worth Branch

Sunday Morning: 10:30-11:30am

Norris Conference Center | Pecan Room | 304 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Parking is validated at the conference center front desk! Click here for a parking map.

We also have a class on Tuesday 7:00-8:30pm at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Click to learn more.

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Due to Memorial Day weekend, we will not have class Sunday, May 27th. We will resume classes the following week. 

What to Expect

Each class is perfect for beginners! They provide an introduction to meditation and support for starting to practice meditation, mindfulness, and applying Buddhist teachings in daily life.

Class  includes two guided meditations, a talk on Buddhism for everyday living, and time for Q&A. Although part of a monthly series, each class is stand alone. You can drop in at any time. Information on the monthly series can be found below. 

Class is followed by refreshments for those who wish to stay for more conversation.

MONTHLY TOPICS

May & June- Finding Happiness from a Different Source
Meditations to relax our body and mind, heal our ourselves and our relationships and find happiness from a different source.

If our mind is peaceful, we will be free from worries and mental discomfort. Through meditation we find happiness from a different source and a special mental attitude that cherishes other people and thereby developing a supreme Kind Heart, the gateway to pure compassion and love. Through this series we discover ways to unlock our own inner potential for lasting peace and happiness.


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Teacher

John McKethan has been studying and practicing for over 14 years and during that time has taught at several of our Metroplex locations. He brings a light-hearted yet sincere approach to teaching so that meditation and Buddhism is accessible for everyone. John currently teaches the Ft. Worth Sunday morning class. John is an executive with a technology company and has lived in Dallas/Ft.Worth for 50+ years. 

 
 

 

Cost  

By Donation on Sundays | No one turned away for lack of funds
Walk-Ins always  welcome!