Dive deeper into your study, practice and implementation of Buddhist philosophy into your life through studying the newly republished The New Eight Steps to Happiness, a commentary to the famous Eight Verses of Training the Mind by the great Tibetan Bodhisattva, Langri Tangpa.  This inspiring book reveals essential methods for transforming all life’s difficulties into valuable spiritual insights and for developing universal love and compassion, the source of true happiness for both self and others. We are now offering open enrollment in our in-depth study class, the Foundation Program, for September 2016.

Foundation Program (FP) is a study program that is held and recorded at the sister center in Boston and these classes are emailed to local Portland students to listen to and discuss with each other. This program is ideal for those who regularly attend our drop-in classes and would like to deepen their knowledge and practical experience of Dharma.

You’re welcome to try two classes at no cost and no commitment to see if you’re interested in joining the program. Please email education@meditationinmass.org and you will have two introductory classes emailed to you and if it is a good fit for you, then you can join along with many other local Maine students.

Come check it out and see!  CLICK HERE for lots more info!!

Details

Weekly

Cost | $70 includes the cost of FP as well as all other weekly drop-in classes and weekend retreats. Learn more about becoming a member.

If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to contact the Education Program Coordinator – education@meditationinmass.org.

Teacher

Kyle Davis

Resident Teacher

Serlingpa Meditation Center

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Kyle Davis has been practicing meditation and Buddhism for many years.  He studied extensively at Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Center in the UK during a teacher training course where he became a qualified teacher of Modern Buddhism.  Kyle is well known for his practicality, warmth, and clarity.