Kadampa to Host Virtual Meditation Events
Australian Buddhist monk and meditation teacher Gen Kelsang Dornying will give a special online workshop, Love without Pain, live from Melbourne, Australia from 3 to 6:30 p.m., February 14. It will include practical wisdom and guided meditation. For details and to register, visit MeditateInChicago.org/event-details/love-without-pain.
The Kadampa Meditation Center Chicago will offer a Loving-Kindness Retreat from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., March 13, with senior meditation teacher Rich Zarbock, who has more than 20 years of experience practicing Kadampa Buddhist meditation. This online retreat is ideal for newcomers to meditation practice. For details and to register, visit MeditateInChicago.org/event-details/loving-kindness-retreat.
“Driven by our own selfish desire, we think nothing of destroying
others' peace of mind and causing them distress or harm. We see this played out
every day in the news, but this is not a new story. Nor does it need to be the
narrative of our life, our neighborhoods or our nation,” says Gen Kelsang
Zamling, an ordained Buddhist monk and principal meditation teacher at Kadampa
Meditation Center Chicago, based in Oak Park.
For more information, visit MeditateInChicago.org.