Sundays, May 7, 14, 21
10am – 11:30am
with Resident Teacher, Kadam Amy Peng
(Register below for Sunday Morning with Kadam Amy)
Sunday, May 28
Session 1: 10am -11:30am
Spring Festival Watch Party: The Source of Happiness and Goodness
Online Teaching with General Spiritual Director, Gen-la Dekyong
Register for Spring Festival
Remembering kindness leads to inner peace, love and a feeling of gratitude towards others. In this course, we will contemplate the great kindness of our mother in this life, Buddha and a Spiritual Guide. By contemplating the innumerable ways in which we received help, guidance, support and inspiration, we will develop the feeling of gratitude and a deep wish to repay their kindness. Gradually, we will extend this gratitude towards all living beings. Join us for this meaningful course celebrating the kindness of our kind mothers.
May 7 The Kindness of Buddha
May 14 Remembering Our Mother’s Kindness
May 21 The Spiritual Guide’s Kindness
May 28 Spring Festival Watch Party: The Source of Happiness and Goodness
(online teaching with Gen-la Dekyong) Register for Spring Festival
Everyone is welcome. No experience necessary.
About the Teachers
Gen-la Kelsang Dekyong is the General Spiritual Director of NKT-IKBU and Resident Teacher and Special Teacher Training Programme Teacher at Manjushri KMC, the mother centre of modern Buddhism.
She has been a student of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over 30 years, sincerly training under his guidance in all aspects of modern Buddhism. Gen-la is recognized as a fully qualified Buddhist Teacher of both Sutra and Tantra.
Over the past 13 years, Kadam Amy Peng has taught at the NKT-IKBU centers in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Santa Monica. After completing the 2018 Intensive Teacher Training Program at Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centre in Ulverston, England, she was appointed as the Resident Teacher of Dharmachakra Kadampa Buddhist Center, Palm Springs.
With warmth and sincerity, Kadam Amy shows the joy of integrating Buddha’s teachings into daily life and is an inspiring example of modern Kadampa Buddhist practitioner.