A Year Without Fear: A Buddhist Perspective

Is it possible, in such a chaotic world, to be free of feeling stressed out and anxious, no matter what the new year brings?

Yes it is. We simply need to understand where these feelings are really coming from; their deep underlying causes and practical methods to reduce and eliminate these natural reactions to our chaotic world. We can develop wisdom that understands that our anxiety and stress are connected to a deep sense of self that feels incredibly powerless, limited and inadequate. This mistaken way of identifying our self is at the root of all of our problems and suffering.

We will learn how to reduce stress and anxiety and how to identify with your pure, unlimited potential using Buddhist insights and guided meditation.

Give yourself a gift in the new year, and a “new you”: join us for a special half-day course that will bring enormous benefit to yourself and others. Everyone welcome.

Registration Details

Our community has moved online! Please review our terms and conditions before registering. Here are some helpful tips for getting the most benefit from our livestream classes. Please note that registration closes one hour before each class starts to allow for time to get people the link in a timely manner and prepare for the livestream class.

Cost: $20 (free for members and benefactors)

Register in 3 Easy Steps!

1. Click the Register button.
2. Follow the instructions and submit your registration.
3. Watch for the livestream link to be emailed 45-60 minutes before class starts. (If you do not receive the link, email [email protected].)

Hourly Schedule

Saturday, January 2

10 AM - 11:30 AM
Session 1
12 PM - 1 PM
Session 2
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Date

Saturday January 2 2021
Registration closed

Time

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Cost

$20 (free for members/benefactors)
Category

Teacher

  • Gen Kelsang Gomlam
    Gen Kelsang Gomlam

    Gen Kelsang Gomlam is the Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Center Madison and Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso’s representative in Madison. She has been studying, practicing and teaching Kadam Dharma for many years. Gen Gomlam’s heartfelt and practical teachings are presented with warmth and humor, making them accessible to everyone.