Gaining the Confidence to Control Our Mind with Gen Kelsang Wangpo
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Sunday May 7 · 10:00 am - 11:30 am
In his Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life, the great Indian Buddhist master Shantideva compares the uncontrolled mind to a wild elephant. Like a wild elephant, when our mind is out of control, it is capable of inflicting great harm upon ourselves and/or others. However, by using the practices of mindfulness and alertness, we can learn to tame our wild elephant mind and thus experience the blissful peace of a well-controlled mind.
During this series, we will explore the habits of mind that make us feel out of control and dangerous to ourselves and others, and we will learn about the practices that lead us to a state of mind that is focused, peaceful and powerful.
This class is being held weekly Sunday, May 7 - Sunday, Jun 25
If you have any questions please email: email@example.com
We are a non-profit organization. We have class fees to cover expenses such as rent for a commercial space. The payments for each class allow us to fulfill our mission. Still, we try to keep these fees to a minimum to allow everyone to participate and never turn anyone away if they cannot afford it.
Free parking is available in the lot behind the Center and on the surrounding neighborhood streets.
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Houston, TX 77006