Wednesdays at 7:30 - 8:45pm
April 7 - 28
Fear can be a crippling mental state that can prevent us from living our best life. When our mind is vulnerable to anxiety and frustration, we suffer more than necessary with the uncertainties and challenges of life. Buddha’s teachings on patient acceptance help us to build a mental resilience that undermines the fears and emotional fragility that keep us trapped.
In this series of classes we will explore Buddhist methods for practicing patient acceptance in the face of suffering, hardship and disappointment. Patience is an inner strength that enables us to accept and grow from whatever life throws at us. By using these methods in our daily life we gradually develop a stable inner peace that cannot be disturbed by changing conditions.
What to do with unavoidable suffering?
Mental stability from understanding our problems
Resilience to painful feelings
Living without fear
This series is based upon the book How to Solve Our Human Problems, by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
This book is available as an ebook from Tharpa Publications. You can also order a paper book for pick-up from Heruka Center. Please contact email@example.com to arrange a purchase.
Jamie is an experienced practitioner and teacher of Kadampa Buddhism, practicing in the Kadampa tradition since 2001. He now studies and teaches meditation regularly at Kadampa Meditation Center Colorado in Denver, where he has resided for the last eight years.
Jamie’s teachings are full of humor and practical examples that illuminate the depth of Buddha’s profound teachings, making them accessible for everyone to apply to their daily lives. His personable, kind manner communicates the benefits of meditation and modern Buddhism in practice, and his classes demonstrate the essential “how to’s” of a genuinely spiritual life in a way that all of us can understand.
Location ~ Fort Collins
Heruka Buddhist Center
149 W Harvard St, Suite 102
Fort Collins, CO 80525
We are just off of College Ave. Harvard is two lights north of the mall, or the first light south of Drake. Go west one block to McClelland, turn south, and then immediately turn into the parking lot.
NOTE: Parking is on the south side of the building, and entrance is not from Harvard St., but McClelland Dr.