Wednesday Evening Drop-In Class

Buddhist Psychology for Everyday Life

Wednesdays

7:30pm - 8:30pm

Oak Park, Live Stream, & Recorded

$12

(free for members)

In October, the Wednesday evening class continues exploring the topic, "Buddhist Psychology for Everyday Life."


Buddhist spiritual psychology provides practical and profound solutions to the many daily problems we face in our modern world: stress, worry, depression, frustration, and more. Learn step by step how to understand and change your mind for the better, infuse your daily life with purpose, and become someone who can help others when they need it most.

These classes use the profoundly insightful text How to Understand the Mind, by Buddhist scholar and meditation master Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Each class will include skillful instruction, guided meditation, discussion, and ideas for practical application in daily life.  

No previous experience is necessary, and absolutely everyone is welcome; drop in at any time.

Availability:

😊 Oak Park - in person: Register using the links below marked "IN PERSON." Because capacity is limited, advance registration is recommended for everyone, including monthly members. 

💻 Live online: Register using the links below marked "ONLINE."

🎞️ Recorded: Register using the links below. A separate recording link will be automatically sent to you shortly after the class ends, and will remain available for 72 hours.

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No classes Oct 22 - 28, due to the International Fall Festival 2021 Online.

No one turned away for lack of funds. Please contact us to ask about financial accommodations.

Coming in November:

"Buddhist Psychology for Everyday Life" continues

"Buddhist Psychology for Everyday Life" continues

Buddhist spiritual psychology provides practical and profound solutions to the many daily problems we face in our modern world: stress, worry, depression, frustration, and more.  Learn step by step how to understand and change your mind for the better, infuse your daily life with purpose, and become someone who can help others when they need it most.


This class uses the profoundly insightful text How to Understand the Mind, by Buddhist scholar and meditation master Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Each class will include skillful instruction, guided meditation, discussion, and ideas for practical application in daily life.  


No previous experience is necessary, and absolutely everyone is welcome; drop in at any time.

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Teacher:

Gen Kelsang Zamling

Gen Kelsang Zamling

Books:

This month's classes will refer to the following book(s). It's not necessary to have your own copy, but some people like follow along or read more after the class.


Click on a book to order a print or e-book copy from the publisher's website, or pick up a copy from the bookstore at our Oak Park or Wicker Park location.

How to Understand the Mind

How to Understand the Mind

Location:

Oak Park, Live Stream, & Recorded

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Sundays

11am - 12:15pm

Oak Park, Live Stream, & Recorded

Wednesdays

7:30pm - 8:30pm

Oak Park, Live Stream, & Recorded

Thursdays

6:30pm - 7:30pm

Wicker Park & Live Stream

Fridays

10am - 10:45am

Oak Park & Live Stream