Happiness Not Humbug
Saturday, December 16
In this workshop Rob will share inspirational wisdom and the tools that Buddha has given us to change and grow. This will lead to finding meaning and happiness during the holidays and all year round.
Bring a friend for FREE!
Empowerment of Green Tara
& Commentary to the Twenty-One Homages
Saturday, February 10 – Sunday, February 11
On this special weekend course, Gen Kelsang Chogyop will grant the blessing empowerment of Buddha Green Tara and give teachings on the sublime twenty-one homages.
Register by JAN 15
with Gen Kelsang Chogyop
Familiarize your mind with the experience of inner peace
through meditation and cultivate your potential for lasting happiness.
10:30 am – 12 noon
with Robin Kelly
Worrying is easy. What we don’t often realize is that it also ruins our happiness. Rob will give teachings and guide meditations that lead to mental well-being, peace and happiness, even when life is very difficult.
7:30 – 8:30 pm
GREAT FOR BEGINNERS!
with Diane Cadman & Diana Barbera
Take 30 minutes in the middle of the day to cultivate inner peace and happiness.
12 noon – 12:30 pm
Menlha Kadampa Meditation Center is one of more than 1,400 Kadampa centers and branches now established throughout the world. We are located in the quaint city of Lambertville, NJ.
We offer weekly meditation classes, day courses & events, and teach all levels of meditation, from beginner to advanced classes. We have a relaxed, peaceful environment and offer weekly open hours to sit in our meditation room, or browse our bookstore & gift shop. We also offer a Corporate Wellness Program for businesses. You do not need to be Buddhist to benefit from our classes & beautiful space.
All of our drop-in classes, study program classes, events & chanted prayers are offered in-person. We look forward to welcoming everyone to our new space. Any age; any gender; any race; any sexuality; any background; any religion; any income level. Everyone welcome!
What is Kadampa Buddhism?
Modern Kadampa Buddhism is a special, systematic presentation of Buddha’s teachings particularly suited for contemporary society. This presentation preserves the meaning and intention of Buddha’s original teachings while making them clear and practical in a way that anyone can easily understand and put into practice.