Course 3: What Is Real? The Basic Goodness of Reality
with Moh Hardin
September 20 / 7:00 PM - September 22 / 4:00 PM
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Following up on last year's programs Who Am I? and How can I Help? Acharya Moh Hardin will be leading us in What is Reality? the third and final program of the Basic Goodness series.
What is Real? The Basic Goodness of Reality
September 20th to 22nd, 2013
What is real? Simply asking this question opens up a world of other questions: Who is asking? Is this question even relevant to my everyday life? What are the methods to answer such a question? Our course will provide the space and community to explore our relationship with our world and our assumptions about what is real. Drawing on traditional Buddhist and Shambhala teachings and contemplative practices, we will systematically explore the world around us, our perceptions, and our sense of meaning. Though we may not "answer" the question What is Real we will introduce many experiential methods to bring this question to life.
This program is open to all. No prerequisites!
Friday September 20th: 7 pm to 9 pm
Saturday, September 23rd: 9 am to 3 pm
Sunday, September 24th: 9 am to 4 pm Celebration 4 pm -5 pm
As this is expected to be a very popular program, it is suggested that those people interested pre-register as soon as possible by clicking on the link below to reserve your space.If space allows, it may be possible to attend just the Friday evening talk ($40) but there will be no drop-ins during Saturday and Sunday.
The St. John's Shambhala Group is a non-profit organization supported by donations, program fees, and the energy of many volunteers. Our program fees are needed to cover the costs of programs and help us to continue to provide space for practice and learning. We welcome participants to pay more or less than the suggested amounts, as they are able. We trust your judgment; please offer what you feel is appropriate for your situation. Please help us bring these precious teachings into the world by offering the most you can afford. Your generosity and gratitude for these teachings allows us to offer them to everyone regardless of their ability to pay.