Avalokiteshvara Kadampa Buddhist Centre
Gen-la Kelsang Dekyong is the General Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT-IKBU) and Acting National Spiritual Director.
Please join Gen-la Kelsang Dekyong Thursday, January 22, 2015 for a talk entitled: How to Understand the Mind. Gen-la Dekyong will inspire us with advice from an expert of the mind: Buddha. Knowing and understanding things seems to be at the tip of our fingers with all the technology that surrounds us these days. We know so many things. Buddha taught that the most meaningful knowledge we can gain in our human life is to understand our mind. If we realize our mind, we free ourself from worries, stress and all other daily problems. In this talk, learn practical tools which will help you to use your mind to create inner peace and find happiness from within.
For more information, please visit: kadampa.ca/publictalks
Drop-in Classes in Glen Williams and Brampton resuming...
Oakville / Mississauga Classes
At this time, we have no classes schedued for either Oakville or Mississauga as we search for a venue that is suitable and affordable. Please e-mail us to get things started.
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Welcome to Avalokiteshvara Kadampa Buddhist Centre (AKBC)
AKBC is a member of the New Kadampa Tradition (NKT), a branch of Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism that has been active in the west since 1977. NKT presents Buddha's message of love, compassion and skillful living in a way that makes it easy for westerners to approach, understand and practice.
We offer introductory classes on Buddhism (Drop-in classes), meditation classes for beginners, guided meditations, retreats, or special courses. We offer all level of Buddhist studies, books on meditation; Buddhism, helpful reference materials, and the fellowship of a spiritual community.
Meditation is for everyone, regardless of religious background, race, ethnicity, gender, or orientation. We welcome everyone, including people of all faiths, to any of our Kadampa meditation centres throughout the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. There are over 1,100 Kadampa meditation centres and groups worldwide.
The calendar includes our regular classes, retreats and activities suitable for people of all interests. Look for classes in:
Hope to see you at one soon!
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