Foundations of Tibetan Buddhism
For over a thousand years, the people of Tibet have preserved a unique form of Buddhism that was originally taught and practiced in ancient India. The hallmark of the Tibetan tradition is a graded approach to meditation, spiritual study, and ethical living embodied in the "three vehicles" of Buddhism: the Foundational Vehicle, the Great Vehicle, and the Vajra Vehicle. In Tibetan Buddhism, these three vehicles are practiced as one unified system. In this course, we will explore the rich history, philosophy, and meditative traditions of Tibetan Buddhism and its three yana spiritual path.
Foundations of Tibetan Buddhism with Tergar Instructors Myoshin Kelley and Tim Olmsted started April 1, 2019, and continues through June 30 as part of your Vajrayana Online subscription.
What is included in the course?
- We will explore the rich history, philosophy, and meditative traditions of Tibetan Buddhism
- The course includes weekly video teachings from Mingyur Rinpoche on key points, with video subtitles, audio files, and transcripts
- An extensive course workbook to deepen understanding and experience
- Weekly audio introductions from Senior Tergar Instructors
- Two webinars each month with the Tergar Instructors
- Optional personal practice interviews with the Tergar Instructors
- A forum to discuss our study and practice and to ask questions
Who can take this course?
This course is open to all those with an interest in deepening their understanding of the principles and practices of Tibetan Buddhism.
How much does it cost?
Foundations of Tibetan Buddhism and other courses in Vajrayana Online are included as part of your monthly subscription to Vajrayana Online for as long as you remain subscribed. Visit Vajrayana Online to learn more.
When does the course start?
This course begins on April 1, 2019, continues until May 31 and remains available after May as part of your ongoing Vajryayana Online subscription.
What will I need for this course?
The book Indestructible Truth by Reginald A. Ray will be referred to throughout the course.
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