December 12, 2017

How to Rest the Mind in Deep Peace: A Day Retreat on the Blissful Meditations of Mahamudra

 Saturday, January 27, 2018; 10am – 2:30pm               
with Buddhist Teacher, Adam Johnson
at Je Tsongkhapa Kadampa Buddhist Center 1070 Tunnel Road, Bldg 2, Unit 20 (Behind Pomodoro’s), 
$35 (discounts for Monthly Members)



The meditation on the pure, clear nature of the mind, or Mahamudra, is extremely powerful in helping us overcome our distractions, enabling us to settle our minds like a still ocean, blissful and at peace. Mahamudra meditation also increases our wisdom insight into the nature of reality, makes our body and mind comfortable, increases our bliss, helps us overcome distraction in meditation, and gives us insight into some of Buddha’s more hidden teachings such as karma and the continuity of consciousness over many lives. Please join us at Je Tsongkhapa Kadampa Buddhist Center for a day of teachings, contemplation, and practice of this extraordinary meditation. As always, there will be many opportunities to ask questions, discuss and meditate. Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of one of the most extraordinary spiritual treasures in our world, Mahamudra meditation.

Adam Johnson

Adam is a sincere Kadampa practitioner who has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism since 2004.  Before moving to Asheville early in 2017, he studied for many years at Kadampa Meditation Center Canada in Toronto and was an active part of the community there.  Most recently, he was a student of Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab in the Teacher Training Program.  He is known for giving clear teachings and using practical examples to help students develop positive minds.  Adam is an electrical engineer and is excited to be part of the Asheville community.