Rio Rancho Meditation Class

Heal Your Mind, Heal Your Life

April 10 – May 15

Wednesdays | 6 – 7:30 pm

We appreciate your understanding.

Mind is the most powerful thing in the world and is the creator of all our experiences. Without knowing the nature and function of our mind and the various parts of our mind, like feelings and intentions, we remain with an uncontrolled mind, which leads to states of unhappiness, frustration and suffering. Through understanding and identifying the different parts of our mind that are functioning with every moment of awareness, we can start to break unhelpful thought patterns that keep us stuck, unable to fulfill our deepest wishes.

Through meditating on the nature of the mind, we will discover that at its deeper levels, the mind is spacious, peaceful and clear with the capacity to experience our own limitless peace, wisdom and compassion. We begin to discover that we can heal the mind by letting go of inner states that lead to pain and cultivating states of mind that lead to peace and happiness.
Everyone is welcome.

Schedule

April 17: Overcoming the Influence of Delusions
April 24: How we Create Karma: The Power of Intention
May 1: What am I Paying Attention To?
May 8: Dissolving Away Painful Feelings
May 15: Searching for my Mind with Wisdom

Registration

Everyone Welcome! There is no need to pre-register for this drop-in class. No one is turned away for lack of funds. Please contact [email protected] for financial hardship.

Location Note

Please use the west entrance to New Mexico Highlands University. The east entrance is locked during the evening.

About the Teacher

Madison Cole has been studying and practicing Buddhism in the New Kadampa Tradition for eight years. He is currently enrolled in the Teacher Training Program at KMC NM.  Madison shares the teachings in a calm, clear manner with gentle humor, making it easy to take the teachings to heart. He shows the example of someone who is sincerely putting the teachings into practice in his own life.


 

Location

Please use the west entrance to New Mexico Highlands University. The east entrance is locked during the evening.