Friday Night Lecture: Whose Fault Is It? A Buddhist Perspective on Conflict

Being with people is such a big part of our lives – our views differ, conflicts arise and we can feel that other people are making us stressed and miserable.

In this Friday Lecture, using Buddha’s teachings, Gen Gomlam will help us to understand why we react this way, and how we can begin to transform the quality of our interactions by using methods to transform our ordinary view of our difficult relationships. 

This will enable us to relate more positively with others, giving the freedom to have a peaceful mind regardless of what happens. Everyone welcome!

Near Madison? Attend in person! You must pre-register as an in-person attendee; limit is 12 in-person students.

Registration Details

Cost: $10; free for Members and Benefactors! (Members, please note that you need to register in order to receive a livestream link. If you do not have the member code, please contact [email protected].)

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Date

Friday October 15 2021

Time

7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

Cost

$10.00

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.