Mahayana 303: Not Even a Middle - Nalandabodhi Seattle
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Mahayana 303: Not Even a Middle

Mon., December 7, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us on Zoom for Mahayana: Compassion Without Limit.

This is a series of six Mahayana courses, on Mondays from 7-8:30 p.m. Pacific, beginning this fall and continuing into 2021.

All Nalandabodhi students who previously have studied the Mahayana series are greatly encouraged to join this new, updated series of courses.

This third course, Not Even a Middle, begins nov. 30 and continues tHrough Feb. 1.

 

In the Mahayana teachings, we look at the possibility of limitless compassion and bodhichitta, the boundless intention to help all sentient beings. This motivation and its application are based on the crucial Mahayana notion that all sentient beings possess buddha nature, the potential to become a perfect buddha.

The studies of personal selflessness in the Hinayana are the jumping-off point for widening our vision to embrace the profound Mahayana selflessness of the “great emptiness” of all phenomena as well as the vast training and fruition of the path of a buddha-to-be.

This course is an updated and greatly-revised version of the Nalandabodhi Mahayana Series with many new materials based on talks by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche and Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, especially in the areas of mind training, Madhyamaka, Mind-Only, Yogachara, Shentong and Buddha Nature.

Pre-requisite: Introduction to Buddhism
Register in advance to receive the Zoom link

The texts for each course are available through the Nalanda bookstore.

Please order texts at least 2 weeks in advance of each course.

Contact: Susan Kirchoff susan_joy@outlook.com

 

Fees for each course:

  • General:  $65
  • Nalandabodhi members:  $40
  • Students repeating the course:  $20
  • Scholarships: available upon request
  • Donations for the scholarship fund: may be made in  $10 increments, $10 – $100
Mahayana 303: Not Even a Middle

Nov. 30 – Feb.  1

  1. Nov. 30:  Wisdom and the Middle Way
  2. Dec. 7:  The Ground of Madhyamaka
  3. Dec. 14:  Prajna and the Two Realities
  4. Dec. 21:  Distinguishing Svatantrika and Prasangika
  5. Dec. 28:  The Progressive Stages of Letting Go
  6. Jan. 4:  No Self, No Self, No Radio
  7. Jan 11:  The Great Madhyamaka Reasonings
  8. Jan. 18:  Practicum: The Vajra Slivers Reasoning
  9. Jan. 25:  The Fourfold Mindfulness About What is Unreal
  10. Feb. 1:  The Benefits and Results of Realizing Emptiness

Date/Time Date(s) - Mon., December 7, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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