Meditation in English

Always rely on a happy mind alone.

Geshe Chekhawa

By training in meditation, we create an inner space and clarity that enables us to control our mind regardless of the external circumstances.

VENERABLE GESHE KELSANG GYATSO RINPOCHE

Hi, I´m Sandra. I teach our Meditation Class on Fridays in Sachsenhausen and workshops in English. I met Kadam Dharma in South Africa in 2010 and lived at the Buddhist temple in Portugal for almost two years. Now, I work at the ECB here in Frankfurt. I would like to share my experience of integrating meditation into a busy daily life. Feel welcome and see below our classes in English.

Friday | 6pm – How to become the person you wish yourself to be

Meditations on the 6 Perfections

7 May – The practice of giving
14 May – Abandoning inappropriate actions
21 May – Improving our patience and acceptance
11 June – A special wisdom called ‘Superior seeing’ – our power to concentrate
18 June – Understanding Buddhas’ ultimate intention – the wisdom of all phenomen
25 June – Overcoming laziness, applying joyful effort


Sometimes it feels as if modern life is so crowded and so busy it leaves little or no space to let ourself just be, let alone to grow and become a better person. Buddha taught the practice of the 6 Perfections as the Bodhisattva’s way of life for developing and maintaining a peaceful mind and benefiting others.
In this series of meditation classes we will discuss how to apply these practical techniques in our daily life to develop authentic inner peace, overcome daily problems and bring about positive changes. This feeling of contentment and well-being helps us greatly to handle the busyness and difficulties of daily life, in a calm and positive way. Using these practical daily techniques as the foundation to nurture your limitless potential.
Each class consists of guided meditations and clear explanations, as well as an opportunity to ask questions.
The meditations and explanations are based on the book Guide to the Bodhisattva´s Way of Life by Shantideva.
Find out more about Modern Kadampa Buddhism on kadampa.org.