THURSDAY EVENINGS | 7:30PM–8:45PM
The Mirror of Dharma
with Resident Teacher, Gen Norden
$12/class. Drop–in classes. No experience necessary. Everyone is Welcome!
Learn how to create pure happiness for yourself and others and live a more positive life. By integrating meditative contemplation into our daily life, we can transform problems of uncontrolled desire, anger and ignorance, and increase our inner peace and wisdom. Through this, we can make our life truly meaningful.
Based on the inspiring book, The Mirror of Dharma with Additions. Find out more, including links to purchase or download the e-book.
Gen Norden is a Buddhist nun and Resident Teacher at KMC Austin. She has been teaching modern Buddhism and meditation for over 25 years, sharing practical skills and time-honored advice that is suitable for all levels of experience.
This book, The Mirror of Dharma — Dharma means the teachings of enlightened beings — gives practical advice on how we can solve our daily problems of uncontrolled desire, anger and ignorance, and how to make our human life meaningful.
The author, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, is an internationally renowned meditation master and scholar. In this book, he explains as practical instructions the complete path to enlightenment, based on his deep experience gained from a lifetime spent in meditation.
- Essential insights on the advice from Je Tsongkhapa’s heart called The Three Principal Aspects of the Path to Enlightenment
- How we can use the Request to the Lord of All Lineages prayer to contemplate and meditate on all the stages of the path of both Sutra and Tantra
- How to train in the meditation practice of Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion
- A special presentation of the practice of the stages of the path to enlightenment, known as Lamrim
“We can see and find the sun of the supreme happiness of enlightenment from The Mirror of Dharma. How fortunate we are.”
General Program 5-Class Pass: $48
Get 5 drop-in meditation classes for the price of 4. Passes can be purchased at the Center before class or online (bring your email confirmation to class for entry).