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Drolma Buddhist Meditation Center

 
Centre description
Drolma Center offers general meditation classes for beginners on Thursdays nights. These consist of a guided meditation, a short talk, an opportunity for questions and answers, and light refreshments. Each talk is part of a series, yet is self-contained. This means that you can drop in at any juncture and still feel that you have something worthwhile to take home with you. Please see our class titles page for more information.

Our aim, as at all Kadampa Buddhist Centers, is to provide tools and methods whereby people can find increased peace and happiness in their daily lives. Everyone is welcome!

Cost: $9 ($5 for students/limited income) per class. Center Sponsors pay $60 ($35 for students) each month, and can go to any class at the Florida Centers or branches for free.
 
Dharmic activities
Classes in and around South Florida throughout the week. Check website for latest info.

Also have pujas, chanted meditations, at Drolma Center on Monday evenings.
Established 2002
Founder Kadam Nick Gillespie
Lineage Tibetan: Kadampa
Affiliation International Kadampa Buddhist Union
Lineage holder / Director Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rimpoche
Centre teacher(s) 8
Members & Friends 88   5 registered  
Language(s) English
Address
Where on earth is Drolma Buddhist Meditation Center?
Drolma Buddhist Meditation Center
140 W. Prospect Rd
Fort Lauderdale Florida
USA 33309
Contact Kadam Nick Gillespie
Tel (954) 537-9191
Email info@meditationinfortlauderdale.org
WWW www.meditationinflorida.org
Update 2009-10-07
   
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