Everyday karma - Kadampa Meditation Centre CPH
Monday meditation
Everyday karma
26 Feb kl 18:00 - 19:40

Welcome to “Everyday Karma” – a Monday Meditation focused on the power of small, positive actions in your daily life.

In this class, we’ll explore the benefits of forming new habits that help us avoid negative actions and appreciate the positive ones. With a mindful approach to each day we will see how these small, consistent efforts can add up, amplifying the overall positivity in our lives.

“By contemplating how the results of our actions are definite and how they increase, we will develop a strong determination to avoid even the slightest non-virtue and to nurture even the smallest positive thoughts and constructive deeds. We then meditate on this determination to make it constant and stable. If we can keep our determination all the time and put it into practice, our actions of body, speech and mind will become increasingly more pure until there is no longer any basis for suffering” – from “How to Transform Your Life” by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.

Join this class and find out how everyday karma can bring positivity to your life every single day.

About the series

This class is part of a 23 week series based on “The New Meditation Handbook” by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, which explains the step-by-step stages of the path to enlightenment known as “Lamrim” in Tibetan. This structured presentation of Buddha’s teachings is very helpful for modern people.

“The meditation practices presented in this book are actual methods to control our mind. Because everyone has different wishes and capacities, many different levels of meditation practice are given […]. By continuously engaging in these meditations with joy and patience, we will accomplish the ultimate goal of human life.” – Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche

During this series you will learn 21 meditations and become familiar with the sadhana “Prayers for Meditation”. For anyone wishing to read along and practise the meditations at home, “The New Meditation Handbook” and the sadhana “Prayers for Meditation” can be purchased at the Copenhagen Centre.

Joining a class

Each class can be attended individually or as part of the series and consists of two guided meditations, a teaching, some discussion, and an opportunity to ask questions.

You do not need to be a Buddhist or have any particular belief or faith to join the class and participate – Buddha taught for everyone. With an open mind we guarantee that you will learn a lot and emerge a wiser and more skilled meditator!

Most people sit on chairs, though some meditation cushions are available. No previous experience is needed and you can “drop-in” to any class on Mondays.

Doors open at 17:45. After the class you’re invited to stay for tea to enjoy a community of like-minded people.

Everyone is welcome.

Book your ticket​

26 Feb kl 18:00 – 19:40

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You can book a ticket now for this class, or buy a Clip Card to use at several classes. Alternatively you can just “drop-in” to this class. To book a ticket for this class now, follow the pink button. To buy a Clip Card, follow this link. If you “drop-in” to the class you can pay with cash or MobilePay when you arrive.

Book class, 100 DKK
About the teacher

The Resident Teacher at the Centre is Kadam Tim Larcombe, who studied under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for nearly 20 years. Kadam Tim continues to study extensively. He has lived with his Danish wife and son in Copenhagen for over 20 years, and earns his living as a strategy consultant.

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