The Scientific Method for Being Happy

with Gen Kelsang Choma

In-Person & Live-Streamed

Saturday, March 12th
10 - 11:15am & 12 - 1pm

Video recording available until Mar 14th at midnight

$25, $15 for members
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In his book, Modern Buddhism, Geshe Kelsang explains that, "The instructions given in this book are scientific methods for improving our human nature and qualities through developing the capacity of our mind."

Buddhism is founded on a scientific observation of the mind and is overwhelmingly based on logical reasoning. Buddha taught not to just blindly believe what he said, but to test it out for ourself and then draw practical conclusions.

By practicing Buddha's methods sincerely in the laboratory of our own minds, we can produce the same results he achieved, and attain a completely purified state of enlightenment or Buddhahood.


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