240 Scott St  L2N 1H1
Main Entrance, west side of building. (upstairs)
Thursdays 7:30 – 8:40 pm
You may join a course at anytime.
To cover costs there is a fee of $12/class.
Teacher: Michelle Macintosh

Transitions Studio


THURSDAYS   7:30 – 8:40 PM


Daily life can be filled with tasks that sidetrack us on our spiritual journey. Often our day is filled with activities that keep our homes and families operational. As well, our job may leave us feeling overwhelmed with no time to develop our spiritual practice. This course will explore the wise ways of the Bodhisattvas. Each week we will find practical solutions to developing a meaningful life through the ways of these wise spiritual teachers.


What is a Bodhisattva & What Can We Learn From Them? Aug 4
Practicing Giving & Moral Discipline Aug 11
Mastering Patience & Effort Aug 18
Developing Concentration & Wisdom Aug 25
Integrating These Practices Into Daily Life Sep 1



Since it is the fundamental wish of every living being to experience only happiness, we must learn and put into practice the actual causes of happiness. This necessarily involves creating positive karma. There is an easily understandable logical relationship between a pure and wholesome cause, giving rise to a pure and wholesome effect. If we abide by this logic, we can create the happiness that we desire, both in this life and especially in future lives. Thus, the sooner we begin creating pure cause the quicker we shall experience good results.


What Exactly is Karma? Sep 8
The Power of Intention Sep 15
Creating Causes For Happiness Sep 22
Gaining Conviction in the Efficacy of Causality Sep 29




There are many methods, including meditation, for improving our human nature and good qualities through developing the capacity of our mind. Discover for yourself Buddha’s timeless wisdom and path to permanent inner peace.