Friday Night Lecture: Transforming Sadness and Loss
Suffering loss and unwanted changes in our lives can be a difficult and painful experience. We all try to find enduring happiness, comfort, and security from those we love and experiences we enjoy, but deep down, we know that none of these can stay with us forever.
Using Buddha’s wisdom and healing meditations, Gen Gomlam will share some powerful methods to transform feelings of sadness and loss into a special wisdom that empowers us to actually “use our own suffering” to develop real inner protection from pain and sadness that works for everyone.
Cost: $10; free for members and benefactors. Add March 27 retreat, What Happens When We Die, for just $20 more (save $5).
Free for Members and Benefactors: With your membership or trial membership, you will receive all links to regular events (excluding special events with visiting teachers or the Midwest Dharma Celebration, which require separate registration).
A livestream link is available for 72 hours after the class for everyone who registers.
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.
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1. Click the Register button.
2. Follow the instructions and make your payment. You will be taken to a PayPal page where you can use a credit/debit card or your PayPal account.
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].)
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.