Program Details

Karma and the 12 Nidanas

with Timothy Addison
November 12 / 7:00 PM - December 10 / 9:00 PM

“Who am I? How did I get here, and where am I going? Looking directly at the experience of mind, we begin to understand our apparent confusion about ourselves and the phenomena of our world. Renouncing the painful cycle of confused action (karma), we use the natural inquisitiveness of mind to see how confusion arises and therefore how it could simply cease, allowing awake wisdom to manifest.”

Karma, cause-and-effect action, can be broken down into twelve links, or nidanas. In this course we look at how these links work together, how the vicious circle of confusion and suffering arises and therefore how it can cease, allowing innate wisdom to manifest. 

Five week class starting November 12 and ending December 10, taught by Tim Addison, a senior instructor in the meditation tradition of Shambhala Buddhism. 


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