June 6, 13, 20, 27
with Bruno Alves
Location: ONLINE · Greater VancouverCost: $12/class (free for members)
Feeling discouraged? Finding life challenging? Want to feel more inspired or at peace?
Join Bruno Alves for this inspiring online meditation series where he will reveal clear and simple methods for transforming life’s difficulties into valuable spiritual insights, for improving our relationships, and for bringing greater patience, empathy and compassion into our daily life.
Following the book New Eight Steps to Happiness, based on Buddhism’s best-loved teachings, Eight Verses of Training the Mind, by the great Tibetan Bodhisattva, Langri Tangpa, this course will train us in methods that have brought lasting peace, inspiration and serenity to countless people.
Beyond these benefits, this series will also help us gain insight into some of the most profound ancient wisdom to help us find greater happiness and meaning in our busy, modern lives.
CLASS SCHEDULE & TOPICS
JUNE THE PERSPECTIVE THAT MAKES EVERYTHING RIGHT
June 6 Seeing The Faults of Self Cherishing
June 13 No Class. Canadian Kadampa Festival 2021
June 20 Pure Love That Destroys Self Cherishing
June 27 How we can enter the Worlds of Others
- Once registered, you will be automatically sent a link to access the class
- Each class is airs online every Sunday at 10am and will be available to watch on demand for 6 days until the next Saturday at midnight.
- Different topics, instruction and guided practice of meditations each week (see below for schedule & topics)
- To access each week’s class please register before 10am on Sundays
Bruno Alves has been studying and practicing Buddhism for many years. He is a student on the Foundation Program and loves sharing the benefits of Buddhism and meditation and how practicing Buddha’s teachings can transform our life. He is a sincere and committed practitioner, known for his kind-hearted and practical approach.
If you have any inquiries please email: email@example.com
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