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Ancient meditations to learn to love
4 keys to overcome attachment
With Kelsang Thaye
“Most human relationships are based on a mixture of love and attachment. This is not pure love because it arises from the desire to achieve our own happiness, we appreciate other people because they make us feel good. Pure love is not mixed with attachment and is born solely from the desire for others to be happy; It never causes trouble, it just brings peace and happiness to ourselves and others."
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
In this course we will know the Buddhist way of loving, recognizing that our own selfish interests obstruct the internal potential of our mind to esteem everyone in a pure way.
We will see three easy and practical steps to open our hearts without fear, even to those who have harmed us and free ourselves from grudges and resentments that cause us so much pain.
Saturday April 9
10:30-12:00 1st session
12:30-1:30 p.m. 2nd session
Kelsang Thaye found Kadampa Buddhism in the year 2000, at that time his life took on great meaning and he decided to dedicate it to helping others. Since then he has studied in the different study programs of the New Kadampa Tradition and has made several retreats.
She is a nun much admired for her positive way of dealing with difficulties and her precious energy and dedication. As a teacher, she shares all her learning from the heart and with clarity, being a great example for others.
Kadam Gabby has practiced Kadampa Buddhism under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso since 2004. He began teaching Buddhism and meditation in 2006. In 2012 he completed the Special Teacher Training Program (STTP) at our center major Manjushri KMC (England).
His teachings are close and practical, and he gives a clear example of how to put them into practice in daily life.