How to Pray | Meditation Day Course

With Guest Teacher, Gen Kelsang Norbu

Saturday, June 3rd | 2p.m. – 5p.m.


It is commonly known that prayer is an expression of faith and love. However, sometimes we wonder how to make prayers and what the practice of Buddhist prayer is
like. One of the main purposes of prayer is to uplift our mind and help us receive blessings. 
blessing is a change in our heart or a transformation of our mind that comes from enlightened beings such as Buddha. This gives us inspiration, adds power and ease to our meditations and deepens our inner peace, wisdom and faith.
Join for a special event exploring the practice of prayer, learning about different types of prayers we can make, and how we can grow in our faith and connection with the sacred.


About the Teacher

Gen Kelsang Norbu was ordained in 2006 by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, and was requested by him to be the Resident Teacher of KMC Ft Lauderdale. He earned the title ‘Gen’ in 2012, indicating that he is a senior ordained teacher in the New Kadampa Tradition of modern Buddhism.Gen Norbu is known for his loving and gentle nature and holds a very clear and sharp understanding of Buddha’s teachings. Through his teachings and his personal example, Gen Norbu shows us how to integrate Buddha's teachings into our daily life.

Pay in advance $35
Pay on the day $40
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June 10th | 10:30a.m.–4:15p.m.

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Kadampa Meditation Center Georgia
741 Edgewood Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

COVID-19 Safety Protocols
We care about your safety and well-being! 
Here is a list of COVID-19 prevention measures currently in place at KMC Georgia:

  • The uses of masks is voluntary. Please read the latest CDC mask guidance. 
  • We have a UV air purifier running at all times inside the main meditation room. All doors to the main meditation room will remain open during class to encourage air flow.
  • Chairs in the meditation rooms are placed to encourage social distancing. If you don't feel comfortable sitting in the main meditation room, you may sit in the smaller meditation room or in the reception/cafe area, where we have a TV monitor link and audio. If you are in the café area, you may still watch the class through the open glass doors.
  • We offer hand sanitizer to all our guests and volunteers, and sanitize all high touch areas before every class.