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Day: Sundays
Dates:  December 17 & 24
Time: 11:30am – 1pm
Cost: Free for Members • $15 per class

The Way Things Really Are:

Create the Life you Want Through Understanding Karma

Buddha’s law of karma explains the relationship between our actions and our experiences. Applying this law to our own lives helps us purify the past, deal positively with present, and create the future we actually want.

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We may have heard of the extraordinary benefits of meditation: deep states of inner peace, confidence and improved relationships. We are told we can overcome our anxiety, loneliness, depression, and the repetitive habits that steal our opportunities for happiness. These benefits are real, but in order to access them, we need to meditate regularly with a happy, confident mind.

This four-class series offers an opportunity to explore the practical side of establishing a meditation practice and learn to engage in our practice in such a way as to experience the benefits of meditation for ourselves! 

Topics will include:

  • How to establish a daily practice
  • Using meditation to address our most persistent bad habits
  • Creating powerful inner conditions for meditation
  • Learning to enjoy our practice

A must for anyone—beginner or otherwise—who wishes to create a regular, productive meditation practice!

Day: Sundays
Dates:  January 7, 14, 21 & 28
Time: 11:30am – 1pm
Cost: Free for Members • $15 per class

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Day: Sundays
Dates:  February 4, 11, 18 & 25
Time: 11:30am – 1pm
Cost: Free for Members • $15 per class

Imagine being able to respond skillfully to problems and conflicts with a peaceful, flexible, solution-oriented mind—free from anger, repression or fear. 

Participants will learn to apply Buddha’s teachings on anger. By understanding the nature and causes of anger, we can begin to transform problems and conflicts into opportunities for personal growth and true inner power. 

The class consists of instruction, guided meditations and discussion. The mind-training methods taught in this course include meditation and meditation break exercises; these are tried-and-tested methods which can be practiced by anyone—regardless of prior experience.


Vajradhara Meditation Center
444 Atlantic Avenue
(Bet. Nevins and Bond Streets)