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Sunday Dharma and Happiness with Geshe Gelek or Geshe Sangpo

Repeats every week every Sunday until Sun Mar 15 2020 except Sun Apr 28 2019, Sun May 19 2019, Sun May 26 2019, Sun Jun 02 2019, Sun Jun 16 2019, Sun Jun 23 2019, Sun Jul 07 2019, Sun Jul 14 2019, Sun Jul 21 2019, Sun Oct 20 2019, Sun Oct 27 2019, Sun Nov 03 2019, Sun Nov 10 2019, Sun Nov 17 2019, Sun Nov 24 2019, Sun Dec 29 2019, Sun Feb 02 2020, Sun Feb 23 2020, Sun Mar 01 2020, Sun Mar 08 2020, Sun Mar 15 2020, Sun Mar 22 2020, Sun Mar 29 2020, Sun Apr 05 2020, Sun Apr 12 2020, Sun Apr 19 2020, Sun Apr 26 2020, Sun May 03 2020, Sun May 10 2020, Sun May 17 2020, Sun May 24 2020, Sun May 31 2020, Sun Jun 07 2020.
10:30 am Sunday, March 3, 2019

  Our Sunday morning teachings are a vibrant, interactive experience where we explore applying the methods of Buddhism to the nitty-gritty of daily life.   

With the guidance of one of our resident teachers, Geshe Gelek Chodha or Geshe Palden Sangpo, we discuss the complications that make us unhappy, and how the tools of Buddhism sheds new light on our thoughts and emotions. In this process we discover how to steer our minds toward happiness.

Sunday mornings typically begin with prayers, a brief meditation, and the rare opportunity to learn from a highly trained Buddhist monk. When Geshe Gelek and Geshe Sangpo are away, one of several senior students will lead the session. The teachings and prayers are in English.

Geshe-la welcomes questions and frequently will ask for questions from us, so that he can tailor his teachings to our needs.  We collect questions at any time at the Center (there’s a box on the desk just inside the door for them), and you can also submit questions online.

Sunday is a great time for a first visit to Kadampa Center – students at every level come, from newcomers to practitioners with 30+ years of experience, and it's a great opportunity to meet others and start making new friends. 

We offer a full range of children's programs on Sundays. Children are invited to sit on the blue cushions at the front of the gompa, and then depart to their classes after opening prayers. Any child who wishes to is welcome to remain in the gompa for the teachings.

On many Sundays, we also host other events, such as the Newcomer OrientationNew Member Orientation, pujas, and more. Special events for holy days, special practices, or exhibits and visiting teachers are also occasionally held on Sundays, so for all these events please check the calendar for more information and specific times.


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