Find Your Inner Peace at Kadampa Meditation Center San Diego
Our Last Class in Hillcrest is Thursday, Aug 29. We will resume classes in Point Loma on Sept 4 – 3125 Rosecrans Street, Bldg. B | San Diego, CA 92110
Navigating your busy schedule. Managing your stress level. Adapting to change. You don’t have to feel overwhelmed, stressed out and anxious. You can experience your true nature—pure happiness, free from negativity—through meditation. You can create a peaceful mind.
Kadampa Meditation Center San Diego offers ancient Buddhist wisdom for modern people. Open to novice meditators as well as more seasoned practitioners, the center offers guided meditations in all classes in a relaxed, friendly setting.
We’re here to give you the tools you need to transform your life through meditation. Drop in when you can, or take a series of classes — choose what fits your life.
EXPERIENCE THE JOY OF THE JOYFUL PATH
Venerable Geshe Kelsang describes Lamrim as the ‘joyful path’ but perhaps our own Lamrim meditation practice feels somewhat lacking in joy and inspiration. In this retreat we will emphasize getting in touch with the creative and joyful aspects of contemplative meditation. We will explore how to make our meditation bring change at the level of our hearts, and how we can use Lamrim to solve our daily problems.
Ideal for newcomers, those familiar with Lamrim, and those wishing to rediscover the magic of meditation.
STOP WORRYING, START LIVING – A Public Talk with Gen Kelsang Rigpa
The opening of the new KMC San Diego center in Point Loma, September 8 | 7-8:30pm
In this talk, Gen Kelsang Rigpa will help us understand how to have a happier and more fulfilling lifestyle through letting go of worry and mental clutter and focusing on what is of real importance in our lives. Gen Kelsang Rigpa is the Western U.S. NKT-IKBU National Spiritual Director and Resident Teacher at KMC California and KMC Hollywood. Modern Buddhism shows us how to integrate the practices of Buddhist
psychology and meditation into our busy lives. You do not have to be a Buddhist to attend this event or benefit from it.
Everyone is welcome — no meditation experience is necessary.