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Presenting the Path – 9-weeks course – Part of Discovering Buddhism
February 13, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until April 3, 2019
The aim of this course is to give you a clear idea of the gradual path to Awakening – Lamrim. You´ll get an overview of Lamrim which is a special arrangement of all Buddha’s teachings that is easy to understand and put into practice. Lamrim literally means “graduated path” or “steps of the path”. You´ll come to understand this process of stepping stones; you´ll learn about the three scopes, where you fit at your present stage of spiritual development, what you need to do next, and how you get from there to full Awakening. (The Sanskrit word “Buddha” means literally “the one who is awaken”). And you get an opportunity to meditate on different Lamrim-subjects and familiarize yourself with Buddhist concepts such as Bodhicitta, Karma, Tantra, and wisdom of Emptiness. This course is also Module Three Discovering Buddhism Study Program, which consists of 14 different modules. In this study program, you´ll learn more about “The Buddhist Science of Mind”, its philosophy and psychology. Lamrim is based on the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha – the actual historical Buddha – and his teachings about the mind and its potential for change and transformation.
WEDNESDAYS at 18:00-20:00 We start and end always with meditation. Starting with an INTRODUCTION given by Venerable Robina January 30 See tickets and registration. Teacher: Kaisa Kaulanen has completed the Masters Program of Advanced Buddhist Studies at Lama Tsongkhapa Institute in Italy under 2008-2014. Obs. Those who want completion card for this 9-weeks course, Module 3 of Discovering Buddhism – attendance needed as well completing weekend retreat and assessment questions. Contact Kaisa Kaulanen: spc ( @) yeshenorbu. Subjects to be covered during Module 3 Presenting the Path. Here you can read General information about Discovering Buddhism Study Course and its 14 modules. Tibetan Buddhism is based on Nalanda Tradition, and on the teachings of Nalanda Masters.