Fort Myers

Sunday Mornings:

Overcoming Anger, Irritation, & Frustration

with Prayers for World Peace


Anger appears in many forms and disguises. Sometimes it manifests as a feeling of stress, other times it may take the form of depression. From the slightest irritation to frustration and embittered rage, anger is an emotion we all need to understand and conquer if we are to enjoy and make the most out of our life.

In this class we will explore practical solutions to the problem of anger, learning  its actual causes and appreciating positive alternatives to this painful habit of mind.

Everyone welcome. With American Buddhist nun Kelsang Jangchen.

Weekly Topics (attend any drop-in class or the entire series):

  • Sept 7 - Who is Buddha?
  • Sept 14 – The Danger of Anger
  • Sept 21 – The Psychology of Blaming
  • Sept 28 – The Trap of Desire
  • Oct 5 – Accepting Reality
  • Oct 12 – What About Feelings?

Time, Price, Location:


Thursday Evenings:

Buddhist Psychology for Modern Living

Kelsang Jangchen

Buddhism is a profound and sacred psychology that perfectly explains how the mind works. Learn how to become a master of the mind for more meaningful relationships and greater peace of mind.

“We often say, ‘My mind, my mind,” but if someone were to ask us, ‘What is your mind,’ we would have no correct answer. This is because we do not understand the nature and function of the mind correctly.’”  - How to Understand the Mind, by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

This weekly series is ideal for beginners and those who want to deepen their meditation experience. 

Everyone welcome. With American Buddhist nun Kelsang Jangchen.

Weekly topics (attend any drop-in class or the entire series):

  • Sept 4 - Why Does Mind Matter?
  • Sept 11 – What is the Mind?
  • Sept  18 – Our Mind’s Potential
  • Sept 25 – Feelings & Karma
  • Oct 2 – How We Know What We Know
  • Oct 9 – What Are You Seeking?
  • Oct 16 - Mindfulness in Daily Life
  • Oct 23 – No Class due to Fall Festival

Time, Price, Location:


Saturday Morning – Special Event:

Meditation – begin, improve, enjoy!


Half-Day Course

The purpose of meditation is to make our mind calm and peaceful. If our mind is peaceful, we shall be free from worries and mental discomfort, and so we shall experience true happiness; but if our mind is not peaceful, we shall find it very difficult to be happy, even if we are living in the very best conditions. If we train in meditation, our mind will gradually become more and more peaceful, and we shall experience a purer and purer form of happiness. Eventually, we shall be able to stay happy all the time, even in the most difficult circumstances.

Everyone welcome. With American Buddhist nun Kelsang Jangchen.

Date, Cost, Location:

Pre-register by emailing or calling 239-454-5572.

Tuesday Noon:

Noon Meditation

woman_meditatingRelax and enjoy a guided meditation. Great for beginners and anyone who wants some peace of mind during the day. Everyone welcome.


Wednesday Evenings:

Simply Meditate

man-meditatingMeditation offers many benefits including relaxation, reduced stress and tension, and peace of mind. Learn some simple meditation techniques and enjoy a guided meditation. Great for beginners and anyone who wants to improve their experience of meditation. Everyone welcome.