Saturday, February 15, 10am – 1pm
with Resident Teacher Amy Peng
Love is the great protector, the harmonizer that brings joy to our relationships and great meaning to our life. How do we remain open-hearted and loving in the face of betrayal, hurt, and abuse? When we begin to feel wounded and neglected, how can we keep from shrinking into those wounds?
Buddhist teachings reveal how we can tap into a reservoir of love that exists within each of us.
In this series, discover how meditation can help transform and heal all relationships, including the one with ourself. Be encouraged to stop living defensively and allow past wounds to serve as a springboard for becoming the joyful, loving person we wish to be.
Class Fee: $30 | Everyone welcome | No experience necessary
Dharmachakra Kadampa Buddhist Center | 923 Crossley Road, Palm Springs | 760-656-8117