Through the healing practice of Vajrasattva
This is an in-person event with livestream attendance available for members!
Buddha taught many different methods to purify non-virtuous actions, downfalls and broken commitments but the supreme method is the practice of meditation and recitation of Vajrasattva. This practice is the scientific method to purify our mind and to transform our mind from an impure mind into a pure mind using Tantric technology. Vajrasattva practice is a method to remove the obstacles that are preventing us from experiencing inner peace and enjoying our life. While reciting the mantra, we concentrate on removing the negative karma in our mind by applying the Four Powers of Reliance, Regret, Opponent Force and Promise.
This special four week series provides an opportunity to learn and gain deep experience of this sublime spiritual practice. In each stands alone but it will be more enriching to plan to attend the series if you can. Also a perfect preparation to close the year and to welcome the new year!
Cost: $10; free for members
4-week series $35
Kadampa Meditation Center Madison
1825 S. Park St., Madison, WI
Gen Kelsang DorjeResident Teacher, KMC Madison
The Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Center Madison is Buddhist monk Gen Kelsang Dorje. Gen Dorje has been studying and practicing Buddhism for over 20 years under the guidance of his teacher Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, the founder of the New Kadampa Tradition. Gen Dorje is admired for his warmth and humor in making Buddha’s teachings relevant to the modern world. He is an inspiring example of how to integrate Buddha’s teachings into a joyful life.