Rejuvenate Your Relationships. How can we Love without Pain?

All too often, we find our relationships to be a source of irritation or even anger. Buddha’s teachings on the minds of love and attachment can help us to restore our relationships to what they should be: a chance for us to express our love for another person. In this series we will learn how letting go of the mind of attachment can transform our bad relationships into good ones. And how it can make our good relationships even better!

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  • Mayra S.

    Ok great, thanks!

    July 5, 2014

  • Kelsang D.

    Our class always meets on Wednesday evenings at 7pm, sorry if there was a mistake on Meet UP. Have a good weekend:-)

    July 4, 2014

  • Mayra S.

    Hi just to make sure, is next week's class on thurs instead of Wed?

    July 4, 2014

  • Kelsang D.

    What an amazing group of people, coming out in a big storm for Dharma and meditation! There were 18 practitioners finding ways to bring deeper understandings to their life and relationships. It is an honor to be with you all. Happy 4th:-) With love, Dechok

    1 · July 3, 2014

  • Mayra S.

    Again complex subjects like relationships broken down into small meaningful parts that one can understand and practice through meditation. Much more aware of mindfulness.

    1 · July 3, 2014

  • lisa

    i am looking forward to this week. I was unable to get done work in time for last weeks class. A friend of mine was supposed to join us. I wonder if she made it..see you wed xox

    June 29, 2014

  • Leslie

    Sounds like a good topic.

    1 · June 26, 2014

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