Hope and Happiness in Troubled Times

Wednesday 18 November · 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
with Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab

Location: ONLINE

Cost:$12 (Ticket sales end 60 minutes before the event starts.)

With so much uncertainty in the world, it may seem difficult to be happy and we can easily become disheartened and lose hope.  It seems, sometimes, that the events of this world have the power to weigh us down. Buddha taught that it doesn’t have to be this way.

In difficult situations, we tend to regard the situation itself as our problem. Buddha taught that in reality whatever problems we experience come from the side of the mind.

Problems arise only if we respond to difficulties with a negative state of mind.  Therefore, if we want to be free from problems, we must learn to train our mind to remain positive and peaceful regardless of external conditions.

Join internationally renowned Buddhist Teacher, Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab, Resident Teacher at KMC Canada in Toronto and our National Spiritual Director, for this inspiring 90 minute online Public Talk. Leave with the tools and the ability to practice Buddha’s simple, proven scientific methods to tap into a reliable source of hope and happiness.

Internationally renowned teacher, Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab, will be giving teachings on how to find happiness through meditation and modern Buddhism.

Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab, International meditation teacher and NKT-IKBU Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Canada in Toronto and National Spiritual Director of Canada, is a modern Buddhist monk. He is dedicated to helping people from all walks of life attain lasting happiness through developing inner peace, compassion, and wisdom. Gen-la is deeply respected throughout the world for his powerful teachings and experience of unifying Buddha’s teachings with busy daily life.

Everybody welcome!

You will receive the link to the public talk in email shortly before the event begins. Ticket sales end 60 minutes before the event starts. If you have any inquiries, please contact info@kmcvancouver.org