Public Talk at NAU: Buddhist Psychology & Mental Peace

Public Talk at NAU: Buddhist Psychology & Mental Peace

$10 | $5 students | Free for members

Happiness and suffering are states of mind. Therefore it is essential that we learn which types of mind create suffering and which types of mind are conducive to feelings of contentment and a sense of well-being. In particular, through training in meditation we can develop and maintain a peaceful mind which will be a source of happiness, harmony and good relationships with others.

Everyone is welcome to benefit from this clear and practical advice.



About Gen-la Kelsang Jampa

Gen-la Kelsang Jampa is the Deputy Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition whereby he teaches large events and guides meditation retreats all around the world. Gen-la Jampa is also the Resident Teacher of the International Kadampa Retreat Center Grand Canyon, located on I-40 (Exit 171) just outside of Williams.



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