Entering the Six Perfections – 6 Week Course
Online or in-person attendance at the Rime Institute.
In this course we will find out how to integrate the six perfections of generosity, ethical discipline, patience, joyful effort, concentration and wisdom into our daily life.
The Bodhisattva path shows us a way of living and developing six distinct dimensions of human character which, when cultivated to a level of excellence and perfection, lead us to our true nature. During this course, we will look at the Six Perfections of generosity, ethical discipline, patience, joyful effort, concentration and wisdom. We will briefly look at the Bodhisattva and Tantric vows and learn how to allow these practices to flow into our lives.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for people wishing to find more meaning in their life.
What will you learn?
You will learn how to practice the Mahayana teachings focused on the 6 Perfections.
How will this benefit you?
Learn how to be a compassionate warrior living with meaning and purpose in the world practicing with meaning in purpose in your everyday life.
You will have online access to this course in the Dzokden Learning center.
Click on the arrow above to offer Dana to Julie
At an early age, Julie searched for a deeper meaning to life until finally at the age of 22 found the precious Buddhist path of Dharma. She dedicated her life to the practice, living in temples and serving teachers from around the world practicing the Buddhist teachings and living according to its principles. Julie has spent the last 34 years practicing this ancient path and for the past twelve years has lived at the Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute in Tecoma helping the resident teacher Khentrul Rinpoche.
Julie is now one of the senior teachers at the temple giving classes on meditation and basic Buddhist principals that can be applied to our everyday lives. Julie also manages the temple and arranges a program of courses, tours and fundraising activities to support the temple.
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- Jun 01 2022
- 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm