The Power to Change

Do you ever feel like you are your own worst enemy? Do habits like procrastination, discouragement and attachment interfere with your efforts to engage effectively in meaningful activities such as meditation? Learn how to get out of your own way.

Join us for this special day course in which Gen Delek will explain practical methods and guide us through meditations that give us the power to change and overcome these limiting habits. We will learn how we can start to find real inner peace and be free to live the life we really want to live.

Based on 9th century Buddhist master, Shantideva’s Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life, we will learn how the power of determination, confidence, joy and skill will empower us to change our experience of life for the better.

This course is open to everyone and everyone can benefit from it.


Gen Kelsang Delek is the Resident Teacher of KMC Fraser Valley. Her extensive experience and excellent example are well appreciated by her students. With her practical approach and clear explanations of even the most profound of Buddha’s teachings, Gen Delek inspires us to put Dharma into practice in our daily lives.

  • When

    Saturday, September 24
    10:00 – 11:15am
    12noon – 1:00pm
    Lunch break (please bring your own lunch!)
    2:00 – 3:15pm

  • Venue

    Rotary Interpretive Centre at
    Derek Doubleday Arboretum
    21177 Fraser Highway,
    Langley, BC

    (Take care! You need to approach the Arboretum from the Fraser Highway heading west. If you’re heading east, there is a divider preventing you turning into the Arboretum)

  • Cost

    Non-members $40
    Members $20

    Tea, coffee and delicious refreshments will be provided, but please bring your own light lunch.

  • How to register

    Please register using the button below which will appear soon.

    Need help? Phone 604 853 3738 or email


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The best way to take advantage of our courses and classes.

KMC Fraser Valley has 2 levels of membership. Find out more here.


If you live in the Vancouver area, you’ll find classes at KMC Vancouver

If you live on Vancouver Island or surrounding islands, you’ll find classes at Bodhichitta KBC

If you live elsewhere, please click this link for your nearest meditation Centre.