Wednesday Evening Drop-In Class

Love Without Pain

Wednesdays

7:30pm - 8:30pm

Live Stream

$12

(free for members)

Love can be a source of great happiness, but all too often it seems to give rise to pain. This is because we fail to distinguish between our love and our attachment for others.


In this series, Gen Zamling will explain where we go wrong in our relationships, and why the mind of pure love can never give rise to pain. Discovering the difference between attachment and its opposite -- love -- enables us to free ourself from conflict, heartbreak and grief, and shows us how to experience joyful, harmonious and long-lasting relationships.


Each class will include practical teachings and guided meditations that can greatly improve the qualitiy and stability of your relationships. Everyone is welcome -- no previous experience is necessary.

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Teacher:

Gen Kelsang Zamling, Resident Teacher

Gen Kelsang Zamling, Resident Teacher

Books:

This class will draw from the book(s) listed here. It's not necessary to have your own copy, but some people like follow along or read more after the class. Click on the book image to order a print or e-book copy.

The New Eight Steps to Happiness

The New Eight Steps to Happiness

Joyful Path of Good Fortune

Joyful Path of Good Fortune

Location:

Live Stream

Coming Next Month:

Oct - Introduction to Kadampa Buddhism & Meditation

At a time of economic and social upheaval and uncertainty, spiritual practice can offer immense personal comfort, strength, inspiration, and purpose. 


Buddhism is a spiritual path that also provides an inner, scientific method to transform your mind, based upon time-tested meditations and special ways of thinking. This autumn course explores the foundations of Buddhist philosophy and practice, and is open to everyone, regardless of background a belief. Each class introduces a particular topic of Buddhism and includes guided meditation and a chance to ask questions.

Questions? Contact Us!

Kadampa Meditation Center Chicago

312-767-1898 (voice or text)

in Oak Park: 13 Harrison Street, Oak Park, IL 60304

in Wicker Park: 2010 West Pierce Street, Chicago, IL 60622

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