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Introduction to Buddhist Meditation Retreat (Aug 21)

$30.00

Teachings & meditations guided by modern Buddhist monk Gen Kelsang Norbu
Saturday, August 21, 11:00am-3pm (includes a lunch break)

Cost: $35 ($30 by August 19) includes vegetarian lunch
Standard members: $25 ($20 by August 19) includes lunch
Plus members: Free (need to sign up by August 19)

(Discounted pricing available for Standard/Plus members. Members please log in before booking.)

*Please note: We are offering this retreat in person or via Zoom livestream. Pre-registration is required. If you choose Zoom livestream, then after you submit payment, you will receive an email link to the meeting. This link is for your personal use only. Video recordings will also be available through August 25*

$30.00

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$30.00
Discounted pricing available for Standard/Plus members. Members please log in before booking.

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“In his Dharma teachings, Buddha advises us not to seek happiness outside ourself, but to establish it within our mind.” – Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Introduction to Buddhism

What makes Buddhist meditation Buddhist? There are many things that are unique to Buddhist meditation in particular, one of the most important being the Buddhist understanding of the mind. Buddhist meditation is all for the purpose of solving the basic problem of human suffering. Through understanding the mind, and understanding karma, solutions can be found that are not possible otherwise. In this retreat, our Resident Teacher, Gen Norbu, will introduce the basic foundations of the Buddhist way of life, including teachings on karma, the mind, and of course meditation.


Registration Policy: If you cancel 24 hours prior to the start of the event we will refund all except 25%. If you cancel on, or after, the event, no refunds are given. Exceptions may be made in circumstances such as sickness or bereavement; you should apply by e-mail to ad@meditateinfortlauderdale.org within 2 weeks of the end of the Event. Any non-refunded fees arising from cancellations are donated to the NKT-IKBU International Temples Project.