Online: Know Your Mind – Part 2
August 21 @ 8:00 am - August 22 @ 5:00 pm PDT
Know Your Mind: Intro to Buddhist Psychology – Part 2
A two-day online Dharma experience with Ven. Sangye Khadro
Ven. Sangye Khadro continues to teach on how we can change the way we think for greater happiness now and in the future.
Missed Part 1? No problem. You can still join and learn much from this weekend course.
According to Buddhism, our mind has unlimited potential. It is the source of both the perfect peace and joy of nirvana and awakening, as well as of the misery and problems of samsara (cyclic existence).
In this course we will explore the mind—what it is, how it is different from the brain, some of the different aspects of our mind (i.e. main minds and mental factors), and its conventional and ultimate natures.
We will also learn practical methods to increase the positive aspects of the mind such as compassion and love, and to decrease the disturbing aspects of the mind like anger and craving.
Teachings and meditations will be streamed live on Vimeo Livestream. Daily discussions are offered over Zoom.
Registration is required to join the discussion groups. Register here.
Like all Abbey programs, this retreat is freely offered, and your offerings are welcomed.
Course Schedule. All times are Pacific Time.
|5:30-7:00 am||Meditation practice – Vimeo Livestream|
|9:00-10:30 am||Teachings with Ven. Sangye Khadro – Vimeo Livestream|
|11:00-11:55 am||Meditation – Vimeo Livestream|
|12:00-2:00 pm||Lunch Break|
|2:00-3:30 pm||Discussion Groups on Zoom|
|4:00-5:30 pm||Teachings with Ven. Sangye Khadro –Vimeo Livestream|
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More about Ven. Sangye Khadro
California-born, Ven. Sangye Khadro ordained as a Buddhist nun at Kopan Monastery in Nepal in 1974, and took the full (bhikshuni) ordination in 1988. She has studied Buddhism with many great masters including Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Lama Yeshe, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Geshe Ngawang Dhargyey, and Khensur Jampa Tegchok. She began teaching in 1979 and was a resident teacher at Amitabha Buddhist Centre in Singapore for 11 years. She is the author several books, including How to Meditate, now in its 17th printing.