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awakening the buddha within

introduction to buddhism

Morning Meditation Course with Buddhist monk, Kelsang Jampel

Sunday 27 January
9.30am – 12.30noon

Buddhism is the joyful path  of gradual, inner transformation and connection with others

We all have the potential for limitless peace, joy, compassion and kindness. This potential lies within our own mind, and can be cultivated through simple, daily meditation practice. When we discover our own inner potential for a joyful life, we can relax with the changing conditions of our life, and help others to enjoy their own inner potential or Buddha nature. 
On this helpful morning course with Buddhist monk Kelsang Jampel, enjoy a modern introduction to the Buddhist way of life. Buddhism is a path of gradual, inner transformation and connection with others. It teaches us to look within ourselves for the inner peace and happiness we yearn for as well as how to gain special insights into life. By developing a more positive outlook, and in particular by deepening our wisdom and compassion, we can improve our quality of life and gain great power to help others. Everyone is welcome
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The Teacher

Kelsang Jampel is the Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Durban, part of a network of Kadampa Centres worldwide. Jampel teaches the weekly meditation classes in Westville and Morningside, and guides regular meditation retreats. 

Jampel is well loved for his ability to touch peoples hearts through his inspirational teachings and personal example.

cost R150  incl. refreshments (donation to gov. reg. non-profit org.)

free entrance for supporting members 

for more info or bookings, tel 031 266 0096 or email info@meditateindurban.org

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