Sunday Morning Meditations at KMC South Carolina

Meditation in Columbia
Class Info

Sundays, 10:30am – 11:45am

August 23 – October 18
with Kelsang Tabkay
at KMC South Carolina (2999 Sunset Blvd., Suite 101, W. Columbia, SC 29169)
Free (Optional donation of $10 or $5 students/seniors or $15/family)

Transforming Life’s Difficultiespath 1

“When we learn to accept difficult circumstances patiently, the real problem disappears.”

– Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

Often life is filled with difficult circumstances that make us feel overwhelmed and trapped. When we respond to life’s difficulties with discouragement, frustration, irritation or depression, our problems increase.

In this series, you will learn how  we can respond to difficulties with positive minds cultivated through meditations based in Buddhist wisdom instead. By living in accordance with the insights developed during meditation, gradually we will learn how to be free from everyday problems, develop deep inner peace, and become an inspiration to others.

Classes are on a drop-in basis, no need to pre-register, everyone is welcomed to attend!

Class Format

Every class will begin with a brief introduction, followed by a guided breathing meditation and a practical teaching on developing a happy mind rooted in Buddhist wisdom. Class will end with simple Prayers for World Peace.

We’re Family Friendly! 

We have a kid’s class in conjunction with our adult’s class and a video link of the teaching is available in a family area for parents with babies and smaller children.

Class Teacher

Tabkay

Kelsang Tabkay is the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center SC.

Read more about Tabkay and our other teachers here.

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We’re Family Friendly

On Sunday mornings, KMC South Carolina is fun for the whole family.  Upstairs, adults enjoy ourSunday morning meditation class and Prayers for World Peace.  Downstairs, kids and tweens/teens have their own classes.  Kids classes include hands-on arts & crafts, light-hearted Buddhist stories, and advice for a happy life.  Classes fortweens/teens are more discussion-oriented and give young people a chance to explore their own spiritual life.