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Mind Training Like the Rays of the Sun REVIEW

with Eddie Peet

A review of the teachings so far, as we will start a new section of the text with Geshe Tsultrim after Easter. Teachings for learning how to work with difficult situations and people with compassion and wisdom. If you haven't already, now is an ideal to join these teachings for the first time. Geshe-la's teachings are suitable for all levels, from beginners to long-term students. (NB note erlier start time of 7 pm)

Teachings for learning how to work with difficult situations and people with compassion and wisdom. The mind training teachings are concerned with developing the altruistic mind of enlightenment, and deal with transforming our mental attitudes, especially with how to transform adversity into advantage. Not only do these instructions help us open our heart towards others, they also help us transform whatever difficulties come our way into something valuable.

Geshe-la will explain the essence of the text, with time for questions at the end of the teaching. The classes are for both intermediate students and the committed beginner. Everyone is welcome! No need to book, just come along.

About the Teacher: Geshe Phuntsok Tsultrim

About the Text

The Mind Training Like Rays of the Sun exemplifies Je Tsong Khapa's presentation of mind training. What is distinctive about this presentation is that it combines both the mind training instructions as they are recorded in Geshe Chekawa's text with the pattern of the Stages of the Path.

  • Program Level: All levels
  • Leader: Eddie Peet
  • Suggested Donation: $10/$5
  • Day & Time: 7 pm - 8.30 pm (NB earlier time!)
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  • Dates: Friday 7 April, 2017

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