Wednesdays, 12-1pm


How to Solve Our Human Problems: Introduction to the Mind, Desire, and Reincarnation
Meditation classes with teachings by modern Buddhist monk Gen Kelsang Norbu
Wednesdays, 12:00-1pm, June 9-30 (Zoom livestream plus 24-hour replay option)

Cost: $12/person, members free

*Please note: We are offering these classes via Zoom livestream for people in the South Florida area. A video recording will also be available for 24 hours after the end of each class. After you submit payment, you will receive an email link, which you can watch on your computer, tablet, or phone. This link is for your personal use only*

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


“Happiness and suffering are states of mind and so their main causes cannot be found outside the mind. If we want to be truly happy and free from suffering, we must learn how to control our mind.” – Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, How to Solve Our Human Problems

When things go wrong in our life and we encounter difficult situations, we tend to regard the situation itself as our problem, but in reality whatever problems we experience come from the side of the mind. If we were to respond to difficult situations with a positive or peaceful mind they would not be problems for us; indeed, we may even come to regard them as challenges or opportunities for growth and development. Problems arise only if we respond to difficulties with a negative state of mind. Therefore, if we want to be free from problems, we must transform our mind. These classes will introduce the nature and power of the mind, using meditation as a tool to control our mind by controlling our desire.

Recommended reading: How to Solve Our Human Problems by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. Download here – https://tharpa.com/us/catalog/product/view/id/786/s/how-to-solve-our-human-problems-786/category/91/

June 9 – Introduction: The Power of the Mind
June 16 – What is Your Problem?: Desire
June 23 – Reincarnation Explained: Understanding the Mind
June 30 – Special Class: What is Meditation?