Morden World Peace Temple

1A Ashridge Way, Morden SM4 4EF

Morden Temple

Sat 4 May | Heart Practice of Kadampa Buddhism Day Course | 10.30am – 5pm | With Gen Kelsang Zoma | Morden

On this course, Gen Kelsang Zoma will give commentary to Heart Jewel practice, in particular the Guru Yoga of Je Tsongkhapa.

This practice is essential for anyone who wishes to make progress in their Lamrim meditations and increase their wisdom and compassion. Kadampas everywhere engage in Heart Jewel prayers and meditations as their main daily practice ensuring the powerful blessings and protection of this lineage.

With the blessings of wisdom Buddha Je Tsongkhapa our daily meditation practice is free from obstacles and realisations arise easily in our mind. On this course we will come to understand who Je Tsongkhapa is, how to rely on him to make our spiritual life easy and joyful, and how to make this practice part of our day.

If you would like lunch click here

If you want lunch please book before midnight on Wednesday 1 May. 

There will be vegan and gluten free options will be available for £7

*We can’t cater for people with severe allergies or special diets.



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gen zomabetter resGen Kelsang Zoma will teach the Morden workshop. She is a Buddhist nun, and has been studying and practising meditation and Buddhism under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over 25 years. She is the Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre London, and is dedicated to helping others discover the benefits of meditation and the teachings of Buddha. Through Gen Zoma’s warm and light hearted example, she shows us how to apply these teachings in our daily lives to improve our happiness, wisdom and well-being bringing benefit to ourselves and others.




10.30am – 11.45am Teaching & Meditation

1.45pm – 3pm Teaching & Meditation

3.45pm – 5pm Teaching & Meditation

5.15pm – 6.15pm Optional Chanted Prayers – Wishfulfilling Jewel with Tsog


What it's like at our classes...

Quick facts for newcomers...

What is Meditation?

  • Purpose: Cultivate positive states of mind for peace and well-being.
  • Happiness source: Lies in the mind, not external conditions.
  • Benefits: Reduces stress, anxiety, promotes physical and mental well-being.

Accessible class format

  • Non-sectarian, non-judgmental, and universal.
  • Simple methods to tackle stress and anxiety in modern daily life.

Flexible sitting arrangements

  • Option to sit on a chair or bring a cushion for the floor.

No religious affiliation necessary

  • Not required; accessible to everyone.

Open to all experience levels

  • Beginners welcome; teachings designed to be simple yet profound.

Interaction during classes optional

  • No requirement to speak in front of a group.
  • Questions are welcome.

No physical exercise necessary

  • Focus is on meditation – no yoga or physical exercises.

What to Bring

  • No specific requirements; some find it useful to bring a notepad and pen.

Simple dress code

  • No special requirements; comfortable clothing suggested.

Join a class anytime

  • Classes are self-contained; drop in whenever you can, no need to wait for the next course.

No advanced booking necessary

Everyone is welcome!

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