Meditations for World Peace – Live Streamed

Ocean Meditation

10 – 11:30 am

Without first developing inner peace, world peace will remain impossible to achieve. We all have within us the potential for peace and happiness. Cultivating this potential creates the harmony we seek. Classes include clear teachings and guided meditations specially designed to bring the mind to a light, peaceful state.

Happiness is a joyful state of mind. In his teachings, Buddha explained all the different levels of joy and how to cultivate them. In this series of classes, teachers will share some simple techniques and practical advice on how to develop and protect your mind of joy. In this way, you can learn to be happy all the time.

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Saturday classes are taught by Danilo Conner. Sunday classes are taught by Kadam Michelle Gauthier.


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Classes are $10 $5 each. Become a member for as little $35 per month and attend as many KMC Tampa Bay General Program (GP) and Meditations for World Peace (MWP) classes as you like!

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Current Series

Dealing with stress and anxiety — 6 Week Series
Book: (multiple)

There’s no limit to our happiness, but too often our habitual ways of thinking can block our potential to be happier. Is it possible, in such a chaotic world, to be free of feeling stressed out and anxious? Yes it is. Through training our mind in Buddhist methods we can gradually approach seemingly fear-inducing situations with a sense of confidence and even enjoyment. We’ll explore several meditations and ways of thinking that uplift the mind. Learning to carry these with mindfulness into our day we can maintain a light, joyful attitude whatever life throws our way.

Weekly Topics

April 11 - May 16
  • Meditation and the Power of the Mind

  • The Art of Staying Calm

  • Transforming Fear with Compassion

  • The Illusory Self

  • Special Mothers Day Talk: First You, Then Me

  • Connecting with Enlightened Fearlessness