Meditation Courses: In-person & online
Tuesday & Wednesday nights offer short meditation courses. As well as learning basic meditation techniques, these courses give you the opportunity to learn about particular aspects of Buddhist thought and their practical application in daily life. You can attend a full course to receive most benefit or join a single class.
BUILDING BETTER RELATIONSHIPS
Tue: Feb 23, Mar 02, 09, 16 | 7.30pm - 8.45pm
Wed: Feb 24, Mar 03, 10, 17 | 7.30pm - 8.45pm (Repeat of Tue class)
"If everyone were to practise cherishing others, many of the major problems of the world would be solved in a few years."
Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche- How to Transform Your Life
To develop and enjoy good relationships in our life, we must learn acceptance and patience, and the difference between love and attachment. Pure love brings only good results and happiness, whereas attachment brings only problems.
In this series of classes, we will explore the difference between love and attachment and learn to engage in the profound Buddhist practices of loving-kindness. When our mind has the nature of love we naturally feel happy and peaceful. With such a state of mind, it is impossible to become disturbed or depressed or to develop anger or jealousy. In reality, pure love is a powerful force with which we can solve our daily problems, protect ourselves from suffering, and bring benefit to others.
BOOK A 4-WEEK MEDITATION SERIES AT THE SPECIAL RATE OF $48
Per class at the standard rate of $15 per person
** Tuesday classes are also live-streamed (available for 7 days), so if you miss out on an in-person place or prefer to join us online, please book the online option by selecting the "Book Tuesday" button.
What to expect in the meditation class:
- 75 min class
- 5 min Liberating Prayer
- 15 min Breathing Meditation
- 25-30 min Teaching
- 10-15 min Guided Meditation on teaching topic
- Seating: Chairs & floor cushions available
- No dress code, wear something that's comfortable for you
About the Teacher:
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 practising 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 have helped many students experience the practical benefits of modern Kadampa Buddhism in their daily lives.