When:
March 4, 2017 @ 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM America/Los Angeles Timezone
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The Dharma Training Program – Module II

There’s a quality of focus and quickening of the spiritual path when you come together under a set of commitments and a formal program. Something comes into focus and becomes available that otherwise wouldn’t necessarily be there as clearly or as vividly. Out of that group commitment, the community – energized by our Lineage – comes to life. That, along with one’s individual practice, makes for a very powerful set of conditions for moving along the path of Dharma.    – Stephen Gross

altarBEGINNING March 4th, Sukhasiddhi is offering a new 5-month dharma training program specifically for those who are interested in exploring and deepening dharma practice and want to be part of a spiritual community of like-minded individuals. This new program will introduce a variety of Buddhist teachings and practices, and will support each person to choose and practice an authentic path in the midst of work and family commitments.

The program will include two weekend and one day-long retreats, and two weekly classes that will cover important and powerful topics about the dharma path.

See more information about the Program here >>

Stephen Gross, who will be leading the program, will provide an overview of the program and answer questions on Wednesday, February 8th at 7:00pmRegister Here

This introductory session is also available by live stream video and recorded audio and video. Please indicate if you will be attending this way when you register, and instructions will be sent for accessing the video.

Location: Sukhasiddhi Center, Fairfax CA. 

Registration for February 8th Introductory Meeting: Please register here to let us know you’ll be attending

Questions? Contact Us

Teacher

Stephen Gross met and took refuge with the previous Kalu Rinpoche in the mid-1980s. This seeded his interest in Vajrayana and eventually led him to study with Lama Palden and to complete both the Bodhi and Shangpa lineage practice programs. Fascinated with the human psyche, he attained his Master’s in Psychology and practiced as a licensed psychotherapist for 17 years. He has taught a course in “Buddhism and Psychology” at JFK University. Now, using his humor and love of the Dharma, Stephen teaches classes at Sukhasiddhi on both Buddhist philosophy and practice.

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