Why Karma Matters
Schedule & Location
Thursdays, February 18 to March 18, 2021
6:00 to 7:30 PM USA Mountain Time
Join us for an investigation of the Buddhist view of karmic cause and effect in this five-week course based on Karma: What It Is, What It Isn't, Why It Matters, by Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche.
Completing the reading assignments listed in the Session Details section above prior to each session is highly recommended.
Subject to sufficient interest, Yeshe and Zopa will also offer a weekend-long intensive practice cloister online after the series ends. Participants completing the series are eligible for the weekend program.
INTENSIVE PRACTICE CLOISTER
Subject to sufficient interest, Yeshe and Zopa will also offer participants completing the series a separate online weekend-long cloister after the series ends. Individual and group practice would focus on the integrative practice technique of meditative inquiry based on the material from this series. More details available during the course.
Taking place in late March or early April, the program would run from Friday evening to Monday morning, and include: instructions for individual cloister, daily group guided meditation based on the material from the series, three daily structured individual practice sessions, and more.
Attendance at all sessions of the weekend intensive and maintenance of strict personal cloister boundaries required for participation in the intensive cloister weekend.
At the request of our supporters, the comparable value of each program is listed as a benchmark for making a dana offering.
The choice to offer dana as suitable for your circumstances is in your hands. If you are able to offer the comparable value and beyond, you have our enduring gratitude.
If not, you are most welcome to attend on terms you consider suitable for your circumstances. Use alternative offering amounts, coupon codes, or other dana portals to choose dana offering, including full scholarship.
Online and traditional options are available at checkout.
All offered funds support our Dharma work and keep our offerings accessible, despite the wealth inequities built into our society.
We are glad to offer our programs as a reciprocal practice of generosity, and hope this approach provides both freedom and helpful information for all our supporters.
May there be abundant benefit, always and in all ways, for all that lives!
1 hour 30 minutes
Session 1 | Karma: Generally and in Buddhism
1 hour 30 minutes
Session 2 | Karma, Mind, and the Bardo
- Comparable Value$100$1000$0
- Dana Offering | $20 increments$20$200$0