When:
January 4, 2018 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM America/Los Angeles Timezone
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Lojong: The Seven Points of Mind Training – Part 2

6 Thursday evenings: Jan 4 through Feb 15, 2018, 7:00-8:30pm

IN THIS CLASS, we will continue the investigation of the Seven Points of Mind Training and fifty-nine slogans designed to help us to transform all of life’s circumstances into practice. The fifty-nine slogans form a very skillful set of antidotes to the habitual patterns of thoughts and emotion that cause us suffering, and provide a profound and practical path for integrating Buddhist teachings into everyday life.

These teachings were brought to Tibet in the eleventh century and have since been practiced by all Tibetan lineages.

Each class will include meditation, presentation and discussion. The class is available by live stream and recorded video and audio.

This series is intended for intermediate levels of meditators with experience and understanding of Buddhist principles.  Please join Pat for 6 interesting and lively evenings that could profoundly affect your life. It is not necessary to have participated in Part 1.  Recordings of the previous class series are available.

Prerequisites: Experience with meditation, and understanding of Buddhist principles is required.  If you have questions about whether this is the right class for you, please contact us.

Location: Sukhasiddhi Center, Fairfax CA.

Cost: Sliding scale, $85 – $125. New students may attend the first class by donation before deciding to join the series. Scholarships are available, please indicate this on your registration.

Member cost: teacher dana only. Contribute online or by cash or check when attending the event.

Registration: Click Here

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Teacher

patberubeLama Pat (Pat Berube) first started meditating in 1975.  Prior to meeting Lama Palden in 1999, she studied with both western and eastern teachers including several pilgrimages and retreats in India.  Under Lama Palden’s tutelage, she completed both the full Shangpa Kagyu practices usually reserved for the traditional three year retreat and the four-year teacher training program.  In 2017, under the authority of Kalu Rinpoche, both Lama Palden and Lama Drupgyu authorized her as a Lama.  With immense gratitude for her teachers and the lineage, Lama Pat is excited to share these teachings with others that supports the natural unfoldment of innate wisdom transforming one’s life.  In addition to her dharma studies and teaching, she has been an RN for over 40 years and holds a masters in counseling psychology.  She also leads Sukhasiddhi’s Clear Light Institute assisting contemplative approaches to working with illness, death and dying.

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