English Meditation Class – „Happiness Hour“

Drop-in meditation with buddhist monk Gen Kelsang Palden, Wednesday 19:00 – 20:00

Join Gen Palden, Buddhist monk and resident teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Austria, for two guided meditations, and a short inspiring talk on how we can conjoin our daily activities with positive attitudes and spiritual perspectives that transform our daily life into the spiritual path – the path to true happiness that comes from within.

English Meditation Class with buddhist monk Gen Palden.

Meditation Class with buddhist monk Gen Kelsang Palden.

Topic from 30.08. – 11.10.: „Be heroic! Be the change!“

We all wish for change in our world. Oftentimes, we find ourselves wishing, ‚If people could be a little bit more friendly, compassionate, and kind…‘ But have you ever thought about being the change yourself?

In this series of classes, Gen Palden will explain Buddhist Meditations that are easy to understand and can be seamlessly practiced in your daily life. These meditations, when combined with the Liberating Prayer, will empower you to transform from within. Through this process, you’ll not only build self-confidence and inner strength but also attain freedom from worry and fear.

What to expect?

  • two calming meditations
  • a short talk with simple and practical tips
  • how integrate meditation in your daily life
  • (optional) some discussion after the class with like-minded people and Gen Palden

The Meditation Teacher

Picture of Gen Palden

Gen Kelsang Palden

Gen Kelsang Palden is a Buddhist monk and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Austria.

He began his studies of Kadampa Buddhism in Dresden, Germany and since then has been committed to practicing Buddha’s teachings given by his spiritual guide Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.

Gen Palden has been ordained since 2009 and has taught extensively in the Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He is well loved and admired because of his practical knowledge and warm presentations, authentic teachings, as well as his natural joy and sense of humour.

Registration is not mandatory, but makes it easier for us to plan: