THIS IS BOTH an online event and an in-person event. Attend in person, or by Zoom!
Shamatha Meditation gives us a grounding in the basics of mindfulness, which can help pacify our mental afflictions.
However, the seeds of those mental afflictions remain within our minds, and when conditions are right, mental afflictions will arise again, and again.
To uproot these patterns once and for all, we need to apply the other teachings of Buddhism.
Compassion meditation practice, also called Tonglen, is a simple technique for counteracting mental afflictions through the development of loving kindness toward ourselves and others. By developing a mind of love and tenderness, we can cut through egoistic clinging and establish a new relationship with ourselves and others.
ABOUT TICKETS: Our Columbus KTC Facebook event listing for this event says tickets are free, but we would appreciate a donation to benefit Columbus KTC’s operations fund during this time. You can make a donation large or small – it is all appreciated!
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE financial means, or have difficulty registering online, please write firstname.lastname@example.org and she will register you at no cost.
Students participating through Zoom must have an internet connection, email capability, and download the Zoom application in order to attend. Zoom software is available here: https://zoom.us
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