Meditation in South Surrey

Wednesdays, 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Teacher: Gen Kelsang Delek

Learn to meditate and overcome stress, improve your relationships, solve daily problems and find inner peace.

Meditation is a simple, natural and effective way to find better health and real happiness.

Each class is self-contained and you are welcome to attend any class at any time. No pre-registration is required. Everyone is welcome!

Venue

Ocean Park Library

12854 – 17th Avenue
Surrey BC V4A 1T5
New Teacher!

We are pleased to announce …

that Gen Delek will be teaching the South Surrey classes from the end of October. She is a Western Buddhist nun and resident teacher of KMC Fraser Valley in Abbotsford. She has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for 30 years and is loved by her students for her kindness, sincere example, and the clarity of her teachings.

Class subjects

Choose Happiness | October 3 – November 7

We have the freedom to choose happiness in our life.  Try these six practices of giving, discipline, patience, effort, concentration and wisdom that will create the happiness we wish for.

Living in the Moment | November 14 (free class) Nov 21 – December 5

Discover four essential Buddhist meditations to keep us focused and real:
-Appreciating our Life
-Acknowledging our mortality
-Making every moment count: understanding the law of karma.
-Love is the way!

Dear Anxiety, let’s break up! | January 16 – 30
More details will be posted soon.

FREE public talk!

Living in the Moment
Wednesday, November 14, 7-8:30pm

at South Surrey Library

We invite you to come and meet our new Teacher in South Surrey. Gen Delek is a highly experienced Teacher having taught meditation and Buddhism for many years internationally, including in Canada and the UK.

This public talk will be followed by a 3 week series of classes, Nov 21 – Dec 5

Costs

$12 per class  | Series pass: 5 classes for $45 Free for Centre Card holders

Book online to recieve the special reduced rate: click the button below

No one is turned away for lack of funds