In-Depth Buddhism: Happiness & the Law of Karma (4-week course)

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In-Depth Buddhism: Happiness & the Law of Karma (4-week course)

Thursdays 7.30pm - 9pm | Sept 15, 22, 29 & Oct 06 (Available In-person only) with Resident Teacher Kelsang Rabka

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Kadampa Meditation Centre, Singapore 18B Keong Saik Road Level 3 Singapore, 089125 Singapore

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About this event

"The purpose of understanding and believing in karma is to prevent future suffering and to establish the basic foundation for the path to liberation and enlightenment." - Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche

Everyone wants to be happy, peaceful and successful, but few people confidently know how to create the causes to experience these results.

The law of karma is a special instance of the law of cause and effect, and a fundamental Buddhist principle. According to the law of karma all our actions of body, speech and mind are causes and all our experiences are their effects. The law of karma explains why each individual has a unique mental disposition, a unique physical appearance and unique experiences. These are the various effects of the countless actions that each individual has performed in the past.

During this series of classes, Kelsang Rabka will help us to gain an understanding of the law of karma with which we can protect ourself from future misfortune and create a pathway toward future happiness and success.

Week 1: An introduction to karma

Week 2: The general characteristics of karma

Week 3: Specific actions and their effects

Week 4: How to purify negative karma and protect positive karma



or per class at the standard rate of $15 per person

** This class is available in-person at the centre only.


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About the Teacher

Kelsang Rabka is an Australian Buddhist monk who was appointed as the Resident Teacher of KMC Singapore in mid 2020. He has been studying and practicing Kadampa Buddhism with Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche and his senior disciples for 14 years, and has taught in Asia, Australia and the UK.

The clarity and warmth in his teachings have helped many students experience the practical benefits of modern Kadampa Buddhism in their daily lives.