Sunday, May 21, 2017
10:30 AM to 11:45 AM PDT
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The San Luis Obispo Bodhi Path Center will host a live webcast with Khaydroup Zangmo this Sunday. Khaydroup will continue teachings on the Seven Points of Mind Training or Lojong using the commentary in Shamar Rinpoche’s book “The Path to Awakening”.
This weeks teaching and discussion will cover the preliminary practice of Shiné or “calm abiding” meditation, which begins on page 52. “There are many kinds of shine practice, but the initial level … is crucial to learn in order to have strong stability of concentration.”
The SLO Bodhi Path center will host a live webcast teaching and discussion on Lojong (The Seven Points of Mind Training) with Dharma Teacher Khaydroup Zangmo.
Sunday, March 19th from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM during our regular Sunday meeting at the center. If you cannot make it to the center and would like to participate, send an email to: email@example.com and we will send instructions for joining the webcast from your own computer or mobile device.
This week, Khaydroup will focus on the First Point of Mind Training (Lojong), “Learn the Preliminaries”, starting on page 41 of “The Path to Awakening” text.
“The first step toward awakening is taking refuge in the Three Jewels: the Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha. Before even taking that first step […] however, you must learn the four thoughts that turn the mind towards enlightenment: precious human birth, impermanence, karma, and the defects of samsara.” – from The Path to Awakening
Dharma Teacher Khaydroup Zangmo will be presenting an interactive teaching and discussion on Shamar Rinpoche’s book “The Path to Awakening” via web meeting during our regularly scheduled morning meditation and discussion on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017.
This initial session will provide an introduction to the book’s topic, The Seven Points of Mind Training (Lojong), and how it can benefit our everyday lives and our practice.
10:00 – 10:30: Group Meditation
10:30 – 10:45: Tea Break
10:45 – approx. 11:30: Interactive web teaching with Khaydroup
11:30 – 12:00: Group Meditation
“Mind training, or lojong, is a comprehensive practice that is suitable for all types of students. It contains the entire path and does not depend on a person’s background or sectarian affiliation. Put into practice diligently, it is enough to lead you all the way to awakening.” – Shamar Rinpoche
Handouts from today’s session
Discussion Outline – outline of topics of today’s discussion.
The Four Thoughts That Turn the Mind
The Seven Points of Mind Training Chart, with the 59 slogans.