buddhapeaces

Weekly guided meditations and Buddhism classes in Watermill.
Everyone Welcome!
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TWO SPECIAL EVENTS ON NOV 19th!

SPECIAL GUEST TEACHER, MAGGIE COOPER

UNIVERSAL COMPASSION: A solution for these challenging times

Maggie Cooper teaches at KMC Long Island, Port Jefferson Branch

The class will include a review of the teachings Maggie received at the NKT Fall Festival in Germany this October

At the Fall Festival Gen-la Dekyong explained the essential practices of training the mind (Lojong) based on Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche’s book Universal Compassion. The practices of training the mind are exceptionally powerful methods for overcoming our delusions, especially our self-cherishing, and for gaining deep realizations of conventional and ultimate bodhichitta. In this way, we can attain the real meaning of our human life – enlightenment.

Sunday Nov 19th, 10:30-12pm at Water Mill Center, 720 C Montauk Highway

Cost: $15 or free for monthly members

COME AND ENJOY on Nov. 19th!

THINGS TO BE THANKFUL FOR DINNER

Please join us for our 6th annual “Things to be Thankful for Dinner”. Everyone is welcome!
The party is a wonderful opportunity to invite friends and family (kids too!) to share great vegetarian food and fun in a beautiful setting… with the spirit of gratitude. The dinner will be held at the home of one of our members in East Hampton, address to come when you RSVP. $25 in advance $30 at the door.

Date:  Sunday November 19th from 4 – 6pm.
If you can join us, please sign up and let us know using button below so we know how many people will be coming.

Hope to see everyone there!

OUR DECEMBER WORKSHOP!

Confidence Now:

Developing True Courage in the Face of Instability

Saturday December 9th, 10:30am – 1:30pm

With Elizabeth Muzyka, Resident Teacher KMC Hamptons

In a world where our own life or work situations may feel terribly uncertain, not to mention the increasing sense of instability of our very planet, is it absurd to consider that we (you!) could somehow manage to develop a sold, centered, confident mind and maintain it all the time?
It is not absurd. Not at all.
Buddha’s brilliant insights and clear instructions on how to shift our perspective are the teachings that reveal to us our own power, our own inner strength. Our world needs people who are connecting with true courage. In this half-day course, Elizabeth will share with us some of the steps we can all easily take to become that strong, centered and confident person. A question to consider: If not now, when?
The sessions will include a guided meditation, an explanation, and time for discussion. We provide chairs or cushions to sit on. No special clothing required. Everyone is welcome, no matter your level of experience in meditation.

Location: Kadampa Meditation Center 720 C Montauk Highway, Water Mill NY

Date:    Saturday Dec 9th, 10:30-11:45am Session 1, 12:15 – 1:30pm Session 2

Cost: $25 for two sessions, free for monthly members