Letting Go, Looking ahead

special event with guest visiting teacher Gen Tenzin

12:00-1:15pm
Jan 1, 2022 | New Years Day


2021 was a year to remember... or forget! How can we process and let go of the events of the past year while casting our gaze forward to the year ahead in a way that is both realistic and optimistic?

In this New Year’s Day talk, we reflect with wisdom on our experiences of the past, while setting our intention and spiritual resolutions for the year ahead. An excellent way to begin the new year with hope and an eye on living a more purposeful life in 2022.

This talk also launches the 2022 Meditation Challenge!

Venue

Kadampa Meditation Center LA
4953 Franklin Ave Los Angeles, CA 
Free street parking is available

COVID Protocol

Mask are requried to attend class
Moderate spacing between seats
Air purifiers + Fresh airflow
Masks Optional Outside

Community
Attending class, chatting in the courtyard or even trying a volunteer role are great ways to experience the benefits of a service oriented community. Learn more
Livestream Info
  • This class is available livestream
  • Register to receive the class link
  • 48 hour video replay is available for this class beginning five minutes after the event ends
Venue

Kadampa Meditation Center LA
4953 Franklin Ave Los Angeles, CA 
Free street parking is available

COVID Protocol

Mask are requried to attend class
Moderate spacing between seats
Air purifiers + Fresh airflow
Masks Optional Outside

Community
Attending class, chatting in the courtyard or even trying a volunteer role are great ways to experience the benefits of a service oriented community. Learn more
Livestream Info
  • The chanted prayers and community talk will be available livestream
  • Click on the blue link above to access the session
  • 48 hour video replay is available for this class beginning five minutes after the event ends
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Kadampa Meditation Center LA

4953 Franklin Ave.

Getting to the Center

Getting to the Center is simple. We're on the corner of Franklin Ave and Kenmore in the neighborhood of Los Feliz. Street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhoods, usually within a block or two of the Center's front door.

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About Our Community

Everyone is welcome

Community is important to us. The way of being at the Center exemplifies how Kadampa Buddhist practices and modern life go hand in hand. We integrate the teachings we receive into the activities and dialogue that make up our Center life. It feels simple, harmonious and easy to enjoy your inner and outer environment.

Our Founder and Spiritual Teacher Geshe Kelsang Gyatso often says, "everyone welcome!" Yes, everyone is welcome to join the Center, its classes, events and practices regardless of faith, ethnicity, gender and so on. We know that everyone benefits from Buddha's teachings and we're delighted to have our doors open to help make that happen.

Did you know that all our classes and events are run by a volunteer team of 60+?! Check out the video below: