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: Linda Sanderson

Samudra Kadampa Buddhist Centre


7:30 – 8:40 pm

The great Tibetan bodhisattva Geshe Langri Tangpa wrote a text entitled ‘Eight Verses of Training the Mind.’ This remarkable text reveals Buddha’s essential teachings on how to attain happiness in this life, but more importantly, how to attain the happiness of full enlightenment. This course will reveal the eight steps necessary to accomplish both temporary and supreme joy. If we put even a few of these teachings into practice, we shall definitely be able to improve the quality of our life and our ability to live in harmony with others.


Learning to Cherish Others Jun 21
Focusing on Other and not Self Jun 28
Great Compassion Jul 5
Wishing Love Jul 12
Abandoning Excessive Self Concern Jul 19
Taking and Giving Meditation Jul 26
The Precious Mind of Bodhichitta Aug 2
Training in Ultimate Bodhichitta Aug 9




The real medicine that cures all ailments is our spiritual practice. Spiritual means holding concern for the welfare of future lives. If we hold such concern, we shall do what is necessary to ensure that our future lives are free from suffering and filled with happiness and good fortune. Most people make no such preparation and as a result enter into future lives of hardship, discomfort, and despair. Instead, they focus entirely upon the welfare of this one single life. Buddha indicated that this is a tragic mistake. This course will look at a few basic practices that will prevent our falling into unhappy future lives. How wonderful!

Purifying Faults & Negativities Aug 16
Accumulating a Wealth of Good Fortune Aug 23
Rejoicing in All Virtue Aug 30
Harnessing the Power of Your Mind Sep 6





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.