In the Establishing a Daily Practice class, we cover basic practices designed to deepen our mindfulness and awareness. Disciplined execution of these basic practices help to remind us of the many concepts covered throughout the introductory series. Some of the topics covered will include: setting up an altar, water bowls practice, offerings, malas & mantras, setting our motivation, compassion & loving-kindness, developing the Six Perfections, and dedication. Drawing from the topics covered in the introductory series, these daily practices constitute the basic building blocks and tools needed to deepen our understanding of Buddhism to put it into action in our daily lives.
The course is presented over a series of five Mondays from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. You are encouraged to attend all sessions but it is not required. No registration is required.
As with all our teachings, this class is offered free of charge. However, we do gratefully depend on the generosity of students and supporters to cover our substantial monthly expenses.
Bob Dunn has been studying Tibetan Buddhism at Kurukulla Center for 10 years and is a student of Geshe Tenley.
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