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Monday Evening Meditation - Capitol Hill

July: Four Noble Truths

After reaching enlightenment, Buddha’s first teaching revealed the 4 Noble Truths. In this teaching he gave us his diagnosis for why we suffer and experience problems in our mind, relationships, and in our life. He also taught us methods to help us solve our problems and become happier and more beneficial for ourselves and others.

The root of our problems lies in the mind and so Buddha taught us to look and inwardly and focus on taking the medicine of dharma. In this series we will learn to apply the 4 Noble Truths to our modern and busy lives.

Topics include:
-What is Samsara?
-Why do feel dissatisfaction?
-How do we practice the spiritual path?
-What is Nirvana?

Everyone is welcome. This series is suitable for beginners as well as those with experience.

Meditation in Capitol Hill!

http://meditation-dc.org/capitol-hill/

Meeting Day: Mondays

Time: 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Location: Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital on Capitol Hill. Please check board inside front door for room number.
921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003


Please Note:
This location is 1 1/2 blocks (0.1 mile) from the Eastern Market Metro on the Orange and Blue Lines. There is free parking on the street. The entrance to the building is on 9th Street, SE.

Teacher:
Tracy Meehleib -- This class is offered by the Vajrayogini Buddhist Center of Washington, DC.

Cost: $10.00 per class ($5.00 seniors/students/unemployed). Free for members.

Registration:
No registration required. Walk-ins welcome!







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