Find Your Spiritual Path 6- Week Course
Online Attendance through Dzokden Learning
In-Person at the Rime Institute
Starts Tuesday February 15th at 7:30 PM Melbourne Timezone.
For every person there is a spiritual path that works for them. In this course we will look at the various Buddhist paths to understand which one may suit our needs. Buddhism is a large spiritual tradition that has many different ways to practice it that suit the needs of many types of people. In this course, through reading and discussions you will gain clarity in what the paths are and which one may resonate with you.
February 15 Session 1
The motivation for finding a path and what value could it bring? This session will help us get clarity about the fundamental reasons for searching for a path
February 22 Session 2
The possibility of a path that could bring great benefit. This session will help to bring into focus how there could be a path we would really want to follow.
March 1 Session 3.
What are the elements involved in a path? This session will bring clarity about what is fundamentally required to follow a path
March 8 Session 4.
What type of path seekers exist and how do they map into a path of practice. This session will help you to determine what type of seeker you are and how best to approach a path.
March 15 Session 5.
How to decide on a path? This session will explain different types of paths and help you consider which is for you.
March 22 Session 6. Proposing the Buddha Path. Is it right for you? This session will make a case for following the Buddha Path to give an opportunity for you to transform your life and to benefit those around you.
Online Course Access
All In-person and online attendees will get access to the online courses are available in Dzokden’s global learning center. You will be invited to learn.dzokden.org and receive a class access to the zoom meeting information and the class.
Venerable Yi Shi Fu
Venerable Yi Shi Fu is an ordained Chan Buddhist monk, from the Chan school Lin Ji Lineage. He was trained at the Qian Fo Shan Monastery in Taiwan.
Previous to taking robes as a monk, Master Yi trained under the guidance of John D. Hughes from the Buddhist Discussion Centre in Upwey, Victoria, Australia and Master Ru Shan from the Yun Yang Monastery in Narre Warren, Victoria, Australia.
As a monk, Master Yi underwent extensive training at the Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute under the guidance of Khentrul Rinpoche.
In the last 7 years, Master Yi has been the director and spiritual teacher of Buddha Way Cultivation Centre (Hampton Park, Victoria, Australia).