Meditation Classes & Buddhism in Greenville, SC
Sundays, 7pm – 8:15pm
February 12 – March 12 (no class Feb 26)
with Buddhist monk, Kelsang Tabkay
90 Degrees Yoga (115 Pelham Rd, #10-11)
$10 or $5 students/seniors
Explore how to cultivate an authentic experience of loving kindness through meditation. By opening our heart to others, we can solve many of our daily problems, improve our relationships with others and maintain a happy peaceful mind all the time.
At present, our experience of real love is very limited and is often conditional- thus, most of our relationships with others, also serve as a source of much pain, anxiety and frustration. However, through training systematically in these timeless methods we can make all our encounters with others more satisfying and meaningful.
This class will include guided meditation, a short teaching, and time for questions. This series is appropriate for beginners and chairs will be provided. You do not need to be Buddhist to benefit from or attend these classes, they are open to everyone. Attend the entire series or drop in as your schedule allows.
February 12: Love without Pain- The difference between love and attachment
February 19: Equanimity- Feeling Equally close to others
February 26: No class in Greenville — Special Sunday morning class in Columbia with guest Teacher Kadam Lucy James
March 5: Wishing Love
March 12: Giving from the Heart
About the Teacher
Kelsang Tabkay is an American Buddhist monk and the Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Center South Carolina. He has been a student of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for many years. Tabkay travels regularly throughout the Southeast, presenting Buddhism and meditation in an accessible and clear way, dedicating himself to bringing peace into the hearts of others. He previously served as the Education Program Coordinator at KMC South Carolina.