Love, Desire and Relationships

 

If we wish to enjoy good relationships, it is essential that we learn to distinguish between love and attachment. While love brings only good results and happiness, attachment brings only problems and suffering such as craving, jealousy, dependence and conflict.

The practices of meditation and training the mind as 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 disappointment. During this course 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.

Based on the books How to Transform Your Life & How to Solve Our Human Problems, by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.


Class Topics

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Teachers

Plano - Tuesdays 7pm:
Joshua Hauberg

Forth Worth - Tuesdays 7pm:
Gen Kelsang Menla, Resident Teacher

Denton - Wednesdays 6:30pm: 
Jenny Streit-Horn, Principal Denton Teacher

Dallas - Wednesdays 7pm:
Gen Kelsang Menla, Resident Teacher

To learn more about our teachers visit our About Us page.


Schedule

Dallas Temple - Evenings: Wednesdays 7:00-8:30pm | Mar.
Denton: Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm | Mar.
Fort Worth: Tuesdays 7:00-8:30pm | Mar.
Plano: Tuesdays 7-8:00pm | Mar.

Cost & Registration

Drop-in fee: Walk in any time
$12 each class  |  $6 for Student & Seniors 60+

Free for members.


Parking in Dallas


PARKING IS EASY!

Parking is validated on Wednesday evenings in Dallas.

Additionally, 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.