13 Saturday / October 13, 2018

The True Nature of the Mind: A Buddhist Perspective

01:00 pm to 03:30 pm
Kadampa Meditation Center Bloomington, 406 S. Walnut St. Bloomington, 47401
http://www.meditationinbloomington.org

In our everyday experience, our stress and negative emotions often seem to pervade our life. However, unpeaceful states of mind are transient, like clouds in the sky. We can use meditation to dissolve them away. When they begin to disappear, we discover and experience something previously unknown, the inner clarity and peace of our very own mind.
In this half-day course, Modern Buddhist Teacher, Tom Mitchell will help us to understand the flexible and limitless nature of our mind. By accessing its’ pure, clear nature through meditation, we can gradually gain the freedom to respond to our thoughts and feelings in the most constructive manner possible. In this way, coming from our own experience, we start to understand how to actualize our potential for the lasting happiness and freedom we seek.
Each of the 2 one-hour sessions includes a talk, guided meditation and time for questions and answers. Light refreshments will be served on the break.
Everyone is welcome to this insightful and practical half-day course.

Cost: $15/pre-registration, $20/at the door, Student rate: $10

For more information contact:

Kelsang Kalden
(812) 318-1236
info@meditationinbloomington.org

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