Modern Buddhism: What is karma?
Wednesdays Feb 5,12,19,26 – 18.30 to 20.30
with Kadam Tim
Everybody has heard the word “karma”. It’s almost become part of our day-to-day language. But what is karma and I how do I work with it? Why do bad things happen to good people – and vice versa? Is life fair? How can I understand my present experiences and how can I create the life I would like in the future? Can we really understand why things happen the way they do?
In our Modern Buddhism classes this month, we will explore the Law of Karma. It’s a fascinating and comprehensive subject that can explain our experiences in a meaningful way. There are also many misunderstandings about karma which will be addressed and resolved in the classes. You are welcome to join any class, but you will benefit most if you can join all four classes.
What happens at this class?
The classes consist of teachings, meditation, discussion and question & answer. Classes are also social events where there is an opportunity to meet like-minded people – both Danish and international. You are welcome to join from 18.00 for tea, biscuits and a chat with others 🙂
These evenings provide an opportunity to explore and discuss inner development on a profound level, using concepts from Buddhism.
There is an emphasis on the practical application of Buddhism to our daily life, to solve our problems and develop calm and happy minds. The series is based on the book Modern Buddhism by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso which can be downloaded for free here or purchased in the Centre bookshop.
You do not need to be a Buddhist to attend these classes. Buddhism is the practice of Buddha’s teachings – which can be of benefit to anyone.
Drop-in fee (per class): 80kr
Clip Card: (4 x classes): 280kr
Clip Card: (8 x classes): 480kr
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