Why Karma Matters
Series on the intricacies and relevance of the Buddhist view of karma.
Thursdays, February 18 to March 18, 2021
6:00 to 7:30 PM USA Mountain time
Explore 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."
TOPICS & READINGS
Feb 18 | Karma: Generally and in Buddhism
Introduction & Chapters 1-2
Feb 25 | Karma, Mind, and the Bardo
Mar 04 | Karma, Emptiness, and the Meaning of Life
Mar 11 | Karma, Rebirth, and Ethical Living
Mar 18 | Karma: Science and Practice
Chapters 9-10 & Conclusion
UNABLE TO ATTEND LIVE?
Beginning 24 hours after each session, videos will be accessible on demand through a Prajna Fire website link available to all registrants. Videos will remain available through March 31, 2021.
INTENSIVE PRACTICE CLOISTER
Subject to sufficient interest, Yeshe and Zopa will offer participants completing the series the option to participate in an online weekend cloister (usually translated "retreat") after the series ends.
The program would run from a Friday evening to Monday morning in late March or early April, and includes instructions for individual cloister, daily group guided meditation based on the material from the series, and three daily structured individual practice sessions. Attendance at all sessions and keeping strict personal cloister boundaries required for the weekend cloister program.
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