Buddhism & Meditation In Los Angeles

Meditate In LA

Wednesdays - Silverlake

Gen Kelsang Rigpa, Buddhist Meditation Classes in Los Angeles
Resident Teacher
Gen Kelsang Rigpa

Wednesdays 7:30-9pm

September 10 - October 15
Overcoming Irritation & Annoyance with Buddhist Psychology
with Resident Teacher and Western US National Spiritual Director Gen Kelsang Rigpa

$12 per class - Free to GP supporter

We have a tremendous potential for peace and positivity in our mind, but anger is a potent destroyer of our happiness and mental well-being. Learn practical methods for understanding and transforming our mind in the face of life's challenges and difficulties.

September 10   The Psychology of Anger
September 17   Unhealthy Human Emotion
September 24   Patience (Not Repression)
October 1           What Do We Expect from Life?
October 8           Insight, Acceptance & Transformation
October 15        Compassion Is Our Protector

Introduction to Tantra

with Buddhist Teacher Cameron Mathison

Buddha clearly described the highest level of spiritual development possible in his teachings on Tantra, as well as the methods for achieving this transformative state. The Buddhist practice of Tantra gives us an inspiring vision of our pure potential: we can each become the peaceful, joyful, productive, loving person we long to be. Open to everyone and a great preparation for the upcoming tantric empowerment of Arya Tara at KMC Hollywood on November 8th.

October 29 What is Tantra? 

November 5 Imagining Enlightenment



Join at any time.  Everyone is welcome.  No previous experience of meditation is necessary.

Kadampa Meditation Center California
1492 Blake Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90031


Meditate In Los Angeles
Kadampa Meditation Center California

1492 Blake Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90031
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