2014-15 TUESDAY EVENING CLASSES
- What the Buddha Taught: The Four Noble Truths
Sept 9–Oct 14 | RECOMMENDED
- What the Buddha Taught: The Eightfold Noble Path
Oct 28–Dec 2 | RECOMMENDED
- Dependent Arising and the Unlocatable Self
Jan 6–Feb 10
- Precepts of the One Mind
Feb 24–Mar 31
- The Practice Of Meditation
Apr 14–May 19 | RECOMMENDED
2014-15 MONDAY EVENING CLASSES
- Dogen’s Extensive Record I Sept 8–Oct 13
- Dogen’s Extensive Record II Oct 27–Dec 1
- Masters of Movement Jan 5–Feb 9
- Rise of the Mahayana I Feb 23–Mar 30
- Rise of the Mahayana II Apr 13–May18
Buddhism is about awareness. Not awareness of something in particular, but awareness itself—being awake, alert, in touch with what is actually happening. It’s about examining and exploring the most basic questions of life. It’s about relying on the immediate experience of this present moment. It’s about freedom of mind.
–from Buddhism Plain and Simple by Steve Hagen
DHARMA FIELD courses explore the primary teachings of the Buddha and their implications for living in today’s world, and lay out a practical and effective way to deal with the world as we find it. These classes investigate the art of seeing—a way to peace, sanity and freedom of mind.
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