Meditation Class


Meditation & Buddhist Wisdom for Everyone

Sunday Morning Meditation Class

A World Gone Mad:

Buddhist Solutions for Frightening Times


with Gen Kelsang Tenzin


Sundays  10 - 11:15 am

In-Person & Live-Stream

on-demand for 72 hrs

$15 per class

included with Membership Classes

Compassion Card discount available

Attending in-person?

No need to preregister:

Simply show up! 

Online bookings will receive a replay link within 24 hours of broadcast, available for 72 hrs.

Current Series:

Meditation Works

Finding Success in the Amidst of Adversity

Sunday Morning Meditation Class

Learn to release all the worries of the week with a guided breathing meditation and tap into your potential for unlimited inner peace. In this weekly drop-in class, empower yourself with meditation and practical advice based on Buddhist wisdom. Through putting these powerful tools into practice, you can cultivate a happy and meaningful life.

Current Series:

A World Gone Mad: Buddhist Solutions for Frightening Times

During these frightening times, Buddha’s teachings are essential to help us overcome anxiety, subdue conflict, and find our inner strength.


In this drop-in course, we will learn how to put Buddha’s meditations and advice into practice so that we can respond to the world in loving, constructive, and powerful ways. By developing our inner peace, we can become a source of outer peace.

This drop-in series is suitable for all levels of experience and everyone is welcome!

Topics in this Series:

4/3    Peace is Possible: The Power of a Peaceful Mind When Facing Uncertain Times

4/10    Escaping the Trap of Anger: How to Break of the Cycle of Conflict

4/17    Easter: NO CLASS

4/24    Healing Meditations for a Sick World

5/1   Life is Like a Dream: Learning to Let Go Through the Wisdom of Emptiness *with Robin Merod

5/8   Developing Courage: Using Meditation to Overcome Anxiety and Fear

5/15   Becoming a Courageous Friend: Helping Others Without Becoming Exhausted *with Anup Bogineni

5/22   Improving Self-Esteem Through Meditation

5/29   Gaining Lasting Freedom Through the Buddhist Path   

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Ask for the Compassion Card when you attend any in-person Sunday Morning Meditation Class. Present the Compassion Card each time you attend. After six classes, your seventh class is free! 

The Compassion Card is valid for in-person classes only.


Gen Kelsang Tenzin

Gen Kelsang Tenzin is an American Buddhist monk and the resident teacher at Compassion Kadampa Buddhist Center. He has taught Kadampa Buddhism extensively throughout the United States for over 20 years. Gen Tenzin has a great depth of understanding of Buddha’s teachings and shares them with warmth and humor, making them clear, practical, and accessible for everyone.