Amitayus Retreat on Long Life, Merit & Wisdom

with Gen Kelsang Choma


In-Person & Live-Streamed


February 26th

Video recording available until March 2nd at midnight

$35, $20 for members. Become a member!

Amitayus is the Buddha of long life, merit and wisdom – the main qualities we need for the happiness of enlightenment. Spending a couple of days in retreat on Amitayus in the beginning of the year is considered very auspicious for what the whole of the rest of the year will bring. We will also be making special dedications for the long life of our Founder, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.


Schedule

Saturday, February 26th
Session 1 (with a teaching from Gen Choma) | 9 - 10:30am
Session 2 | 11:30am - 12:45pm
Session 3 | 2 - 3:30pm


Registration

$35/person
$20 for members

IN-PERSON
Please register at the door.
Masks are required for everyone regardless of vaccinations.

LIVE-STREAM
Links to classes will be accessible after registration.

For help with registration or links, please email: techsupport@meditateinsanfrancisco.org

PLEASE NOTE: These classes are offered for residents of the Bay Area only. Fortunately, there are Kadampa Centers worldwide! Please click here to support the Center nearest you.

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About The Teacher

Gen Kelsang Choma is a senior Teacher and Buddhist nun with the
New Kadampa Tradition of Modern Buddhism. She has studied extensively
on the Teacher Training Program for over 30 years and is qualified to teach
both Sutra and Tantra. She is the Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation
Center San Francisco and is invited to teach nationally. People enjoy her
teachings for their clarity and warmth.

Location

KMC San Francisco
3324 17th Street

San Francisco, CA 94110

For map, click here

Contact

(415) 503-1187

www.MeditateInSanFrancisco.org
epc@MeditateInSanFrancisco.org

Cost

50% discount available for students and seniors 62+. Contact admin@meditateinthebayarea.org

Drop in at any time during the series; no need to pre-register. No one turned away for lack of funds.

We are a non-profit organization funded by class fees and donations. Any profits go to the International Temples Project for World Peace.