Lamrim Retreat - in person & online via Zoom
Labor Day Weekend
Fri, Sept 3 - Mon, Sept 6
Everyone is welcome! No experience is necessary.
Cost: $50/entire retreat or $5/session (free for FP & Supporting members)
Lamrim is a Tibetan word that means 'Stages of the Path to Enlightenment'. In this retreat, Gen Lhadron will guide the meditations that are the essence of Kadampa Buddhist practice. We will cover topics such as the Meaning of Human Life, Understanding Karma, Compassion and the Ultimate Nature of Reality. Together they empower us with a coherent worldview, a good intention and methods to make everyday truly meaningful.
9:30am-10:30am (Except Sunday)
11am-12pm (Except Sunday)
On Sunday morning, join us for our regularly scheduled class 10:30-11:45am.
Session 01: Meditation on the preciousness of our human life
Session 02: Meditation on death
Session 03: Meditation on the dangers of lower rebirth
Session 04: Meditation on going for refuge
Session 05: Meditation on karma
Session 06: Meditation on the first Noble Truth
Session 07: Meditation on the second Noble Truth
Session 08: Meditation on the third Noble Truth
Session 09: Meditation on the fourth Noble Truth
Session 10: Meditation on cherishing all living beings
Session 11: Meditation on universal compassion
Session 12: Meditation on bodhichitta
Session 13: Meditation on our promise to practice the six perfections
Session 14: Meditation on training in yogic direct perceivers
About the Teacher
Led by Gen Lhadron, an American Buddhist nun and resident teacher at KMC San Diego. Gen Lhadron’s sincere teachings are presented with humor and practical examples that make them accessible to everyone. Through her kindness and enthusiasm for meditation practice, she provides an inspiring example of a modern Buddhist practitioner for our society. Gen Lhadron has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism since 2001.