The Year of the Bodhisattva:

New World New Beginnings

with Gen Choma


Saturday, Feb 20th
9 - 10am
Available for 48 hours after the live event.

What can I do about the problems of the world? How can I respond to the pain and suffering in my heart, and that I see all around me?

At a time where the uncertainty and chaos of life can feel overwhelming, the world needs people who are dedicated to their spiritual development for the benefit of others.

This type of person is called a Bodhisattva. A Bodhisattva is someone who is dedicated to the service of others, and recognizes that authentic change begins within. In particular, a Bodhisattva is motivated by a wish to reach their highest spiritual potential for the benefit of all beings. Each of us can use our life to train in becoming this kind of extraordinary individual, a person absolutely determined to affect deep and authentic changes in their own heart for the benefit of the entire world.


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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.


KMC San Francisco
3324 17th Street

San Francisco, CA 94110

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(415) 503-1187


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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.