Buddhist Perspective of Karma

New Wednesday Night Series

Karma:  A Buddhist Perspective

We may often think, “Why is this happening to me?”  Everything we experience in life, good and bad, is all related to our karma, also known as the wisdom of cause and effect. Through understanding the law of karma and learning how to recognize how it functions in our daily lives we can gain real confidence in our ability to change our future and understand our past.  

Everyone is welcome to our drop-in Wednesday evening class! No previous experience is necessary. You do not need to have attended the previous class to join. Register online or at the door.



Upcoming Topics for the Series

January 17 – Purifying Negativity

January 24 — Creating Good Fortune and Happiness

January 31 — The Power of Compassion and Intention

Our Wednesday evening drop-in meditation class includes guided meditations, clear teachings and time for questions. Each month we explore a new topic from Buddha’s teachings and learn how to practically apply it in our daily lives. Class is followed by refreshments and time to chat with the teacher and other students.

About the Teacher
Gen Kelsang Lhadron is an American Buddhist nun who has been practicing the teachings of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for 15 years. Her sincere teachings are presented with humor and practical examples that make them accessible to everyone. Through her kindness and enthusiasm for meditation practice, she provides an inspiring example of a modern Buddhist practitioner for our society. Gen Lhadron was the Resident Teacher at KMC New Mexico for 5 years.