Sat, July 15 | 10am-12:15pm

$25 / free for members GP II and up

We expect others to treat us and our loved ones fairly, with dignity, and with kindness. When these things don't happen, we often react in anger because we have been hurt. Anger is an emotional response to an unfulfilled expectation.

Expectations in and of themselves are harmless, but get the better of us when they become rigid barriers keeping us from flexibly working with what life hands us.

In this meditation day course, we will explore Buddha's teachings on letting go of anger and attachment to our expectations. Experience the peace of being ok with what is and the clarity of mind to see the best solutions.

About the Teacher

Kadam Angie Kane is a close disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso and has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism since 1999. Kadam Angie is a powerful and inspiring teacher who is well-loved for her compassion, wisdom, and clear, practical teachings.