Fort Worth – Kadampa Meditation Center Texas will host a special evening talk and guided meditation on the topic of Tranquility and Peace in the Lecture Hall at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107, from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm CT.
In today’s modern and demanding world, it takes a conscious decision to calm the mind, limit distracting thoughts, and release ourselves from worries that may rob us of our joy. With concentrated effort, we are able to develop inner peace and happiness that creates a serene stillness within our own mind.
During this special evening event, Gen Kelsang Rigpa, Buddhist monk and Western US National Spiritual Director of the New Kadampa Tradition, will provide a teaching and guided meditation on how to cultivate an inner sense of peace and tranquility that contains the potential to blossom into long-lasting bliss and happiness. Through his clear presentation and heartfelt teachings, Gen Kelsang Rigpa is able to help attendees easily integrate Buddha’s timeless teachings into our modern world, in a way that makes everyday life joyful and meaningful.
Everyone is welcome to enjoy this event and can register online here. The event cost is $15 per registration, with special pricing for seniors and students at $5. Free for Veterans and First Responders.
About Kadampa Meditation Center Texas
KMC Texas was established in 1994 by the renowned Buddhist Master Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyasto Rinpoche. People from diverse backgrounds come to KMC Texas to find solutions for the challenges of busy, modern life and draw inspiration from Buddha’s teachings, the practice of meditation, and spiritual friendships. We support all levels of practitioners throughout their spiritual journey by offering three programs: General Program, Foundation Program, and Teacher Training Program, in addition to retreats and special community events. We believe that no matter our background, beliefs, or experiences, each and every one of us can improve ourselves for the benefit of our families, our communities, and the world.