Half Day Meditation Course: Emptiness

Enjoy your Saturday with a difference at Kadampa Meditation Centre Singapore. This course is designed to give you time to learn about meditation and Buddhism as well as time to relax and gain a sense of contentment and well being that comes from practicing meditation.

Emptiness: The way things really are

How do things really exist? Are things as solid and real as they seem?

"Emptiness is the way things really are. It is the way things exist as opposed to the way they appear... There is no greater method for experiencing peace of mind and happiness than to understand and meditate on emptiness." - Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche

In his wisdom teachings, Buddha reveals the true nature of reality, which opens the door to limitless possibility. Of all Buddha’s teachings, none are more far-reaching and transformative than the teachings on emptiness, the true nature of reality.  It is through our understanding of emptiness – in particular, the freedom that we experience as a result – that we can then come to solve all our problems and be of maximum benefit to others.

In this half-day course, we will explore Emptiness through teachings, guided meditations and Q&A. Everybody is welcome to attend - This course is suitable both for beginners and those with more experience.

  • 10am - 11.15am : Guided Meditation and Teaching #1
  • [Break]
  • 11.45am - 1pm : Guided Meditation and Teaching #2


**Limited spaces available, please book early to reserve your seat if you want to attend in-person.

This course is also available for online booking and the video will remain available for 7 days to view. An email link to the live-stream video will be sent 24hrs before the event starts.

Kelsang Rabka was appointed as the Resident Teacher of KMC Singapore in mid 2020. He is an Australian Buddhist monk who has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism with Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche and his senior disciples for 12 years, and has taught both in Australia and the UK.

The clarity and warmth in his teachings has helped many students experience the practical benefits of modern Kadampa Buddhism in their daily lives.