Buddhist Meditation Classes in New Bedford

So many people experience difficulties and problems throughout their lives, but few understand where these challenges are coming from—or how best to respond to them. Buddhist philosophy is based on the Four Noble Truths, Buddha’s very first teaching. The Four Noble Truths function to diagnose the human problem of suffering—and provide accessible, solution-oriented methods to productively respond to unhappiness while building pathways to lasting peace.

Come enjoy this series about these fundamental Buddhist tenets and learn how they can easily fit into our lives to temporarily and ultimately relieve the inner problems of modern life. 

Feel free to drop-in to any class in the series.

CLASS TOPICS

February 22 : What Are the Four Noble Truths? 

March 1 : Scientific Problem-Solving Through the Four Noble Truths

March 8 : Realistically Viewing Our World to Solve Problems

Details

Wednesdays | 7 – 8:30pm

February 22 – March 8

Cost | $10 / Free for Members

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

Each class includes a short talk, two guided meditations, discussion, Q&A, and tea and snacks after class. No experience necessary. Please feel free to drop into any or all of the classes!

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Teacher

Kyle Davis

Resident Teacher

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Kyle Davis has been practicing Buddhism and meditation for many years. After studying religion in college, he went to live at the Kadampa World Peace Temple in Glen Spey, New York. Afterwards, he went to Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centerin the UK, training to teach Buddhism full-time. From there he came to live in Providence where he now teaches in addition to New Bedford, Boston and Portland, ME. Kyle is well known for his practicality, warmth, and clarity.