Mindfulness during the pandemic, A live Dharma talk with Lama Losang

November 7, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Take part in our live video talk with Lama Losang. He will discuss the methods we can work with to promote happiness and a healthy mind. 

With so much to stress we place on ourselves, and the external pressures of the pandemic mindfulness training can be of great benefit. These Tibetan Buddhist practices can give us the resilience we need to overcome difficulties we deal with during this extraordinary time.

He will be available to discuss any questions you have about mindfulness as well as other topics about Buddhism. Virtual Dharma talk is Saturday 10a-12pm November 7th.

Suggested donation is $10, but any donation is appreciated to take part. If you cannot make a donation please e-mail info@ktcjax.org for assistance. 

Please use this eventbrite link for tickets for access to the zoom link.


Lama Losang/David Bole, completed the traditional three year retreat at Karme Ling Retreat Center under the direction of Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche. He received getsul (intermediate) and gelong (full) ordination from Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche. He is currently serving as the Resident Lama for the Gainesville KTC and Spiritual Director at KTC Jacksonville. In addition, he received a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Florida. He is a licensed Acupuncture Physician, A.P. and Director of the Traditional Acupuncture Center in Gainesville, Florida. He is also a former member of the Board of Trustees at KTD.

This talk is part of fundraising activities for Karma Thegsum Chöling Jacksonville so we can continue providing dharma in North East Florida. Karma Thegsum Chöling Jacksonville, an authorized Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Center of the Karma Kagyu tradition located in Jacksonville, Florida.
Established in 1986, we are a local 501(c) 3 and have served the North East Florida community for more than 30 years by providing a platform for meditation instruction and education on the practices and philosophy of authentic Tibetan Buddhism

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