About Samudrabadra Kadampa Buddhist Meditation Center
Samudrabadra Kadampa Buddhist Center is a center for Kadampa Buddhism among 5 in Florida, located on 6338 Presidential Court, Suite 105, Fort Myers, FL 33919 (Near Summerlin amd College Pkwy, close to US 41.). Its purpose is to offer people throughout Fort Myers the opportunity to learn about meditation and the practices of Kadampa Buddhism.
We offer weekly meditation classes at the Center and branch locations. The classes are suitable for everyone, from complete beginners to experienced meditators.
Workshops And Retreats
Samudrabadra Center also provides meditation workshops at the Center and weekend retreats. The workshops and retreats are suitable for everyone, including people with no experience of meditation and experienced meditators.
Study and practice
The Center also offers Buddhist retreats, study programs and daily pujas or chanted prayers. These provide an opportunity to deepen our understanding and experience of Buddhism through systematic study of texts written by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. The Center is a place for anyone to enjoy a peaceful and harmonious environment. Everyone, regardless of age, culture or beliefs is welcome to enjoy the peace of mind that the World Peace Temple offers. Samudrabhadra is open to everyone to enjoy the meditation room, bookshop, or to relax over a cup of tea. Please contact us for more information.
About our classes
Taught by qualified Western teachers, the meditation classes are very easy to understand and apply to our daily lives. The classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced practitioners, and emphasize how to meditate and practice in our modern lives. Meditation is a simple yet profound method to improve the quality of our lives and develop inner peace. Through following very simple, practical instructions we can learn to let go of the causes of our pain and dissatisfaction and to gain the inner peace and clarity we seek. We offer a wide range of classes from basic introductions to Buddhist meditation, applying Buddhaâ€™s teachings to daily life issues such as anger and improving relationships, to comprehensive study programs of Buddhist view, meditation and action. Everyone is welcome.