Saturday Jan 2, 11am – 12:30pm
We often view ourselves in a very fixed way and relate to this sense of self as if it were our true nature. Viewing our self in this way can make us feel that we can’t change, improve, and become a better person and our limitations seem an intrinsic part of our nature (“it’s just who I am”).
Buddha taught that all our suffering and unhappiness arise because our way of relating to ourselves is completely mistaken. Our limitations are illusory, self-imposed, and by training in this wisdom we can clear this confusion and discover and experience our true nature – peaceful, limitless, and free.
Free for Supporting Members
NOTE: With new COVID restrictions in place, we can accommodate only five people in person at the Centre. Pre-registration is recommended if you want to attend in person. Social distancing and special hygiene protocols will be in place, and please do not come to the Centre if you feel unwell. This class is also streamed online.
Supporting Members: If you’d like to attend in person, please contact our Admin Director at email@example.com at least 60 minutes before a class.
Registration for streamed classes from Akshobya Centre is open to everyone living in southern Alberta (Red Deer and south). Not in Southern Alberta? Check out https://kadampa.org/centres-modern-buddhism to find live streaming classes from a Kadampa centre near you.