Buddhist Mantra and Mala Workshop

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Price: $25.00

Samudrabadra Kadampa Buddhist Center

6338 Presidential Ct Ste 105 · Fort Myers

How to find us

We are located near Summerlin & College Pkwy, close to US 41.

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Half-Day Workshop with meditation teacher Dona Zeuli
Saturday, July 20,[masked]:00 AM – 12:30 PM
(Registration Required: Pre-register on-line $25.00)
Everyone Welcome!

This will be a special hands-on workshop. It will include guided meditation, an explanation of the meaning and significance Buddhist Mantras (chanted prayers) and Malas (rosaries) and then actually making your own mala to take home.

10:00 – 10:45am : Introduction to mantras and malas
11:00am -12:30pm: mala making workshop

Note – Seating is limited- Book early!
You must pre-register – either on line or in person at the center.
Register at: meditationinfortmyers.org

COST $25 (cost includes beads and materials to make your own mala. If you have any special beads that you would like to incorporate into your mala, feel free to bring them. Also handy – small scissors and pliers.)

Mantra – A Sanskrit word, literally meaning `mind protection’.

A Buddhist mala is a string of beads used to count prayers or mantra recitations. For Buddhist practitioners, their mala is a very precious and meaningful object. In this workshop you’ll have the opportunity to find out about mantra recitation and how to make and use a mala.

Dona Zeuli has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism for since 2012 and is an active member of the Samudrabadra Kadampa Buddhist Center. She is the Education Program Coordinator for the center, a member of the Foundation Program and teaches meditation classes in Fort Myers and Cape Coral. Her sincere wish is that all living beings find true inner peace through meditation and the practical application of Buddha’s teachings.