Samudra Kadampa Buddhist Centre
370 Main St E Ground floor [main entrance]
Hamilton ON L8N 1J6
You may join a course at anytime.
To cover costs there is a fee of $12/class.
Mondays 7:30 – 9 pm
Teacher: Nishaan Parbhoo

Samudra Kadampa Buddhist Centre


7:30 – 8:40 pm

Buddha clearly indicated that ordinary beings suffer and experience endless problems, simply because they do not know the true nature of their reality. He explained that we abide in a sleep of ignorance, so strong and powerful, that we never awaken to our potential to be permanently free from all suffering and difficulties. The word Buddha means ‘awakened one’ and such a person necessarily has awakened from the sleep of ignorance. We must do the same if we wish for any lasting inner peace, wisdom, and the power to benefit all sentient beings.


How do We Experience Reality? Mar 29
The True Nature of Our Body Apr 5
The True Nature of Our Mind Apr 12
The True Nature of Our Self Apr 19





Buddha said that our lives pass as quickly as a flash of lightning. When we are young, life seems to progress very slowly, and it feels like our life span is very long. When we are much older, we realize that our life span is very short. Therefore, we need to make our life truly meaningful. If we can accomplish this, we shall enjoy a happy life. This is because an actual meaningful life is the nature of peace and happiness. This course will introduce some of the basic foundational concepts and practices that lead to a meaningful result.


What Makes a Human Life Meaningful? Apr 26
The Power of Virtue May 3
Life Needs Meaning Because it is Impermanent May 10
Creating Causes For a Meaningful Life May 17




There are many methods, including meditation, for improving our human nature and good qualities through developing the capacity of our mind. Discover for yourself Buddha’s timeless wisdom and path to permanent inner peace.