Within Buddha’s teachings patience is so much more than being silently frustrated; it involves cultivating a new perspective on things and awakening your inner wisdom and strength.

Everyone, whether religious or non-religious, is looking for happiness all the time and wants to be free from suffering permanently. Please join us for this introductory class as we share Buddhist advice on learning to develop the real causes of happiness within our own mind.

This morning class is taught by Donovan Acker from Kadampa Meditation Center Austin.
Free. Everyone welcome!

This evening talk offers a special visit with renowned Buddhist teacher and NKT-IKBU Deputy Spiritual Director Gen-la Kelsang Jampa. Gen-la will share Buddhist advice on developing our love as a way to protect our self from suffering and learn to become truly happy. Our life then becomes immensely meaningful in benefiting others with our mind of unconditional love.

Everyone welcome!

Held at Vuka North
5540 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78756

Join visiting teacher Gen Kelsang Demo, Resident Teacher from Kadampa Meditation Center Washington DC, to learn Buddhist wisdom understanding reality.

A lot can happen in 21 days when it comes to developing our inner peace. This year try something really special by learning to meditate. This 21 day meditation challenge will offer all the basic support for starting a daily meditation practice and beginning the new year in the most peaceful, positive way.

Buddha taught that everything is created by the mind. Our mind is directly involved with the reality that is appearing to us. If we tap in to our pure imagination and create an image of the pure world we would like to see, eventually that world will begin to appear to us.

A lot can happen in 21 days when it comes to developing our inner peace. This year try something really special by learning to meditate. This 21 day meditation challenge will offer all the basic support for starting a daily meditation practice and beginning the new year in the most peaceful, positive way.

We’re open! Please come and check out our beautiful shrine at KMC Austin and learn about the Eight Auspicious symbols and their meaning. These precious symbols offer vast teachings in Buddhist thought. This open house is casual.

The holidays are a wonderful time to come together and nurture our meaningful relationships and identify with our most positive states of mind. In this short service we will engage in Buddhist prayers to Arya Tara and receive a short teaching on peace and happiness with special dedications for World Peace.

Some prayers and dedications will be recited in Spanish.

Everyone welcome!

KMC Austin

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Phone: (512) 916-4444
Email: info@meditationinaustin.org

1918 Bissel Lane
Austin, TX, 78745 U.S.

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