Drop in meditation class – guided in English


Wednesday 7pm – 8.30pm

Everyone welcome to attend this class in person at the centre. Pre-booking is possible but no longer required.

These general Programme classes are open to anyone interested in meditation and solving our human problems from the side of our own mind.

Each evening offers the opportunity to follow guided meditations and listen to a teaching on how to practically improve our mind to find real happiness in our daily life.

The teachings are based on the books of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, who presents the ancient wisdom of Buddha in a modern day presentation, suitable for us to understand and practice.

The classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced practitioners, and emphasise how to use meditation and subsequent practices amidst the busyness of modern, daily life.  The union of Buddha’s teachings and our daily life is the essence of Kadampa Buddhism.

At the end of the class there is time for discussion and questions.

You will go relaxed and inspired into the rest of your week.

Join us. Everyone is welcome!


Kadampa Meditationszentrum München
Rumfordstraße 1, Rgb
80469 München


suitable for beginners and others


single class: 10.-  Euro

4-class card: 32.- Euro ( use within 6 month )

Centre monthly membership (35.-Euro): included in the membership

Wellpass membership: included in the membership (please check in on arrival)



February 8 | 15 | 22

with Gen Khandro

About these classes:

How to Understand the Mind ~ A Practical Guide to developing & maintaining a light and positive attitude .
In this series of classes – following the extraordinary books „How to understand the mind“ and „How to transform your life“ by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso – we will begin to develop a clear understanding of the mind. We will discover how to engage in the essence of Dharma practice  by learning how to recognise and abandon states of mind that harm us and replace them with peaceful, beneficial states. This is the real purpose of being born human. Invaluable and practical advice for everyone.

“Happiness and suffering are parts of the mind; the former is a joyful feeling and the latter an unpleasant feeling. Since happiness and suffering are parts of the mind, if we want to avoid suffering and find true happiness we need to understand the nature and functions of the mind. At first, this might seem to be quite straightforward since we all have minds, and we all know what state our mind is in – whether it is happy or sad, clear or confused, and so forth. However, if someone were to ask us what the nature of our mind is and how it functions, we would probably not be able to give a precise answer. This indicates that we do not have a clear understanding of the mind.”

Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso – How to Transform Your Life

You are welcome to  join these classes anytime.