What is Real? The Basic Goodness of Reality

with Scott Perkins & Chris Montone

October 16th (2017) -Date postponed or cancelled

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Room: Main Shrine Room

This course asks the question, “What is real?” and focuses on a study of the phenomenal world. It emphasizes core Buddhist teachings, such as impermanence, the process of perception, the “mind,” and emptiness. It is oriented toward the experience of sacred world, the magic and wonder of the natural elements. The course also has an ecological emphasis.

This 6-week course is the third in the “Basic Goodness” series of the Way of Shambhala path of training. Intended for both new and seasoned meditators, the Basic Goodness series introduces the view of Shambhala in an experiential way. To learn more about this series,watch the video below.

Prerequisite: None—everyone is welcome. Strongly recommended preparation: The Basic Goodness of Being Human, The Basic Goodness of Society, and at least Shambhala Training Level I

Suggested reading: Contemplating Reality: A Practitioner’s Guide to the View in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, by Andy Karr. This book is available for purchase at many on-line booksellers.

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