• Ocean of Peace – Day Meditation Retreat

    Saturday, September 12th, 9:30 am - 9:00 pm

  • About This Event

    In this relaxing day retreat (open to everyone from beginners to advanced meditators) we will learn how to use meditation on the mind (known as Mahamudra meditation) to experience greater peace, clarity, and well-being. Derived from the Buddhist Mahamudra tradition, you will be lead on a voyage of exploration of your mind through which you can discover your own inner potential for lasting peace and happiness.

    During the day we will also be learning about Buddha’s teachings and meditations on the “The Four Seals of Mahamudra”. These are four special insights into reality that enable us to experience the liberating wisdom of Mahamudra, the true nature of things.

    Over the course of the day we will explore extraordinary topics such as:

    1. The peaceful nature of our own mind
    2. Subtle impermanence (learning to let go of negative minds)
    3. The origin of our suffering and how to abandon negative minds
    4. The practice of meditation and the path to true happiness
    5. Realizing the liberating wisdom of ultimate truth, emptiness.

    The emphasis of the retreat will be gaining heartfelt experience of these profound wisdom’s through a combination of teachings, guided meditation, and discussion.

    Each guided meditation session will include practical instructions and time for meditation. Our live stream retreats give people the opportunity to fully immerse into meditation which can be a truly transformational experience. You do not need to be a Buddhist to join our meditation retreats and they are attended by people from all walks of life (see our testimonials below). Everyone can learn to meditate and everyone can experience the tremendous benefits of meditation.


    The retreat will be guided by the Resident Teachers of the Kadampa Center’s throughout Florida. This is a rare and precious opportunity to receive advice, guidance, and inspiration from these experienced teachers of Kadampa Buddhism. Each teacher carries a wealth of personal experience and, throughout the retreat, will offer clear guidance and instruction in a way that is down to earth, practical, and inspiring.

    Gen Chodor is the Resident Teacher of KMC Florida in Sarasota. He is much loved for his relaxed and gentle nature and teaches with great clarity, insight and wisdom, skillfully guiding people to inner peace and happiness in their lives. Gen Tashi is a Buddhist monk and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Center Miami. His gentle approach to meditation emphasizes the importance of keeping a happy and positive mind. He is appreciated for his clear and practical presentation of Buddhist teachings.
    Gen Namdrol is a modern Buddhist nun and the Resident Teacher of Samudrabadra Kadampa Buddhist Center in Fort Myers.  Gen Namdrol’s heartfelt and practical teachings are presented with warmth, clarity and humor making them accessible to everyone.

  • Event Schedule

    9.30 - 10.45am Subtle impermanence and the art of letting go
    with Gen Chodor (Resident Teacher of KMC Florida, Sarasota)
    11.30am - 12.45pm Understanding the root cause of our problems
    with Gen Tashi  (Resident Teacher of KMC Miami)
    4.30 - 5.45pm The path to true happiness
    with Gen Namdrol (Resident Teacher at Samudrabhadra Buddhist Center, Fort Myers)
    7 - 8pm Meditation/Chanted Prayers in English (optional)
    8.15 - 9pm Zoom live discussion Q&A
  • Cost

    The cost per person for this event is as follows:
    (Click here to find out about savings with Temple Membership)

    Non-Members Members
    Saturday $20 $15 (use your coupon code and add "5" at the end for your $5 discount)

    Please book your place below.

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