Meditation for Everyone
Welcome to the Mahamudra Kadampa Buddhist Center.
We are dedicated to teaching practitioners how to control and still their minds through meditation.
General Program Class Series
Our Meditation Center at 6th and Cypress
500 6th Street, Hermosa Beach, Ca 90254
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Spring and Summer 2014 Series
Meditations From The Heart
Drop-In Meditation Classes
(click here for details)
( see calendar and class schedules
on the left column
The Benefits of Meditation
Just as a bird cannot fly if it has stones tied to its legs, so we cannot make progress on the spiritual path if we are tightly tied down by the chains of attachment. Understand the peace and wisdom of letting go of deceptive objects.
Improve and perfect the minds of compassion and unbiased love by meditating on their causes. By doing so, our wisdom will naturally and effortlessly increase and our mind will experience peace.
Discover the types of minds that destroy our peace and abandon them, then discover the types of minds that are non-deceptive and produce inner peace and meditate and mix our mind with them.
Meditation creates an inner space and lucidity that increases our
experience of the beauty of concentration. From this concentration and
good heart arises the inner wealth of clarity and wisdom.
By following very simple, practical instructions we can learn to make our life
meaningful and with effort attain full enlightenment.
The Power of Meditation
Meditating can help you:
- Experience an inner calm and relax your body and mind
- Deal with challenges in a positive way
- Develop inner wisdom that leads to enlightenment
Video Presentation Kadampa Buddhism
Watch video presentations of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, International Festivals, Teachings and Temple Projects from around the world.
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"When the turbulence of distracting thoughts subsides and the mind becomes still, a deep happiness and contentment naturally arises from within."
Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso