Sundays, May 13, 10:30am – 11:45am with refreshments after the class
with Buddhist Teacher Sharon Lovich
at Je Tsongkhapa Kadampa Buddhist Center 1070 Tunnel Road, Bldg 2, Unit 20 (Behind Pomodoro’s),
$10 (Free for Monthly Members) 828-668-2241
One of the most important minds to cultivate in our spiritual life is a mind of appreciation for the kindness we have received from others, particularly from our mother. But, this feeling of appreciation can be difficult to cultivate if we are feeling hurt, distant or estranged from our mother.
In this talk we will see how we can move beyond these limitations and learn to deeply appreciate our mother regardless of the relationship we currently have or had in the past. Cultivating this warm and friendly heart, first towards our mother, we can then learn to extend it to everyone. This talk will include a guided meditation, and time for discussion. Everyone Welcome.
About the Speaker
Sharon Lovich has been practicing meditation and Kadampa Buddhism since 2003 and is the principal teacher for Kadampa Buddhism in Asheville. Before Sharon moved to Asheville in 2011, she volunteered as the Education Program Coordinator for several years at the internationally renowned world peace temple for meditation and modern Buddhism, Kadampa Meditation Center New York. There she received teachings and guidance directly from our General Spiritual Director, Gen-la Kelsang Dekyong, guided retreats, and taught classes. She has engaged in numerous focused meditation retreats and is known for teaching others how to develop a peaceful mind with great skill, lightness, and humor. Today, Sharon is a part of the Special Teacher Training Program and teaches numerous meditation classes and retreats in Asheville and Greenville. Sharon and her husband have one son.