Program Details

Discovering Basic Goodness within Body, Speech, and Mind


with Jay Lippman
December 6 / 7:00 PM - December 8 / 5:00 PM

The main purpose of this weekend is to explore how the ancient Buddhist teachings on emptiness can lead us to a direct experience of our inherent basic goodness, the core teaching of Shambhala. Using Nagarjuna’s famous Mahayana text from the first century CE, The Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle Way, we will contemplate the logic of emptiness, or the true nature of reality. In order to bring the experience of the material into our hearts and minds we will mix our investigation with the songs of enlightened masters and specific movement exercises.
 
Students may choose to prepare for this course by reading The Sun of Wisdom by Khenpo Tsultrim (available on Amazon and elsewhere).


Jay Lippman, a student of Buddhism since 1973, is known for his genuine commitment to serious Dharma study and practice, for his sense of humor, clarity and a style of teaching that is both comprehensive and accessible to students at all levels of practice. In addition to being a student of the late meditation master Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche, Jay has also studied extensively with two of the current principle teachers of the Tibetan Kagyu lineage, Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche and Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, and is a student of Sakyong Mipham Ripoche.  Jay has been instructed by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche to teach a variety of specific courses in order to clarify key points of Buddhist teachings for Western students.


 


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Registration
Please register for this program in advance by clicking on the "Click here to register" link below. After filling out the online registration form, you will have the option of paying online through PayPal using your credit card or PayPal account. If you prefer not to pay online, you can pay by cash or cheque at the beginning of the program.



Like life this program is subject to change.



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