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Rejuvenate Your Relationships. Equanimity....hum?

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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  • Kelsang D.

    Its great to see how many people are returning to our class, looks like we're building a real community of meditators. One of the Three Precious Jewels, we have Buddha, Dharma, now we have Sangha, and this is wonderful!
    Have a lovely weekend:-) Fondly, Dechok

    July 10, 2014

  • Kelsang D.

    Wonderful evening meditating on how to develop genuine Equanimity, a warm and friendly feeling towards all living beings. Our group is growing every week, its so much fun:-)

    2 · July 10, 2014

    • Mayra S.

      Loved the closing with our introducing ourselves to each other.

      3 · July 10, 2014

  • Mayra S.

    Very interesting discussions and provides lots to think about as you go home and practice, practice, practice.

    July 10, 2014

  • Kelsang D.

    Compassionate listening with our loved ones, remembering that they are just like me and wish to be happy too is a practice mindfulness, alertness and conscientiousness. Enjoy your practice, moment by moment:-) Fondly, Dechok

    July 3, 2014

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