Wednesday Evening Drop-In Class

The Four Immeasurables: Meditations for Love, Healing and World Peace


7:30pm - 8:30pm

Live Stream


(free for members)

"May everyone be happy,
May everyone be free from misery,
May no one ever be separated from their happiness,
May everyone have equanimity, free from hatred and attachment."

This brief Buddhist prayer is a profound meditation on the four immeasurables (pure love, joy, compassion, and equanimity) which is a direct and powerful method to heal your heart, empower your mind with joy and peace, and create the basis for authentic peace in our society.  Each class in this series will include brief explanation and guided meditation on this prayer, which can be practiced by anyone, regardless of background and belief.  

Absolutely everyone is welcome; no previous meditation experience is needed.


  • Currently, this class is only available live. It's not recorded, and not available to view later.

  • No class on Dec 23 & 30.


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Gen Kelsang Zamling, Resident Teacher

Gen Kelsang Zamling, Resident Teacher


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

Meaningful to Behold

Meaningful to Behold


Live Stream

Jan: Mental Strength for Difficult Times

This series of classes focuses on special ways of thinking designed to promote mental strength and flexibility, especially when life is difficult.  Each class includes guided meditations and practical instruction derived from Buddhist wisdom.  No previous experience is necessary -- everyone is welcome!

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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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