7-Day Meditation Challenge

A Recipe for Daily Joy

Saturday, May 15 - Friday, May 21
Guided meditations watchable on demand with Resident Teacher Trina Gunther


Join this challenge if you are interested in a very happy week that will help you with the rest of your life!

Rejoicing is the Buddhist mind that is often commonly known as practicing “gratitude.” Buddhist rejoicing meditations are naturally joyful and uplifting. They are easy antidotes to depression, discouragement and jealousy.

With Buddhist rejoicing, we tap into a deep feeling of appreciation and then let our mind soak in this happiness, like a hot-tub of joy. Once we cultivate the mind of rejoicing in meditation we can easily bring it into our daily life, even while relaxing alone or with friends and family.

Each 45-minute video stream will be available for three days. Watch, listen, and be guided in meditation on your own schedule. Suitable for beginners and experienced meditators alike. Everyone is welcome.


In this 7-day challenge, we will engage in seven Buddhist rejoicing meditations to uplift our mind. Buddha taught that rejoicing is the “supreme virtue” and gave specific objects that are especially beneficial to rejoice in. Each day for seven days, Resident Teacher Trina Gunther will guide a rejoicing meditation on a different joyful object.

"Rejoicing in other people's happiness or good qualities is one of the purest of all virtuous minds." Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, How to Solve Our Human Problems

Times Session

May 15 Rejoicing in our life
May 16 Rejoicing in our potential
May 17 Rejoicing in our efforts
May 18 Rejoicing in others' joy
May 19 Rejoicing in others' efforts
May 20 Rejoicing in challenges & challengers
May 21 Rejoicing in enlightenment


Whole 7-day challenge: $25

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No one is refused for lack of funds. Please contact us if cost is preventing you from attending.

With Resident Teacher Trina Gunther

Trina Gunther is a long-time practitioner of Modern Kadampa Buddhism. She has studied and practiced in Dharma centers under Gen-la Dekyong and Gen Rigpa, and she has worked as Education Program Coordinator at centers in Los Angeles and the UK. She is an inspiring example of a lay practitioner of Kadampa Buddhism, and brings with her a wealth of practical experience of putting Buddha's teachings into practice amidst a busy daily life.

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