We’ll continue our exploration of the developmental history of Buddhism on Mainland Asia with the 15th century contemplative, scholar and reformer, Je Tsongkhapa.
Obviously this is a little excursion into a great tradition that today is most popularly represented by the Dalai Lama, our focus on comparing the meditative technologies of the Gelugpa with present-day Theravada. As text we’ll use Tsongkhapa’s exposition of lamrim, stages on the path to enlightenment.
The Pariyatti series is offered for a suggested donation of $20 per meeting, $50 for all meetings of the month contracted on the First Tuesday. Please make arrangements with the teacher if you are unable to make the donation or if you start attending after the first Tuesday of the month. Scholarships are available.
The series is open for anyone to attend. Discussion is active and practice-focused. The class begins with a 20-minute meditation.
RSVP is required. Please change your status should your schedule change.