Join Us! NP Registry
Viewing: California Choose State Post Events
AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO
MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY
Main Menu
 •  Home
 •  Post an Event
 •  Event Calendar
 •  Personals
 •  Daily-Catch
 •  For Sale
 •  Jobs
 •  Businesses
 •  Public Records

 •  My Listings
 •  Contact Us
 •  Help

 •  Sign Up

Weekly Mailing
  (7,334,485 Subscribers)

sponsored links

       
 
Title:Buddhist Psychology: Awareness and Knowers (Lo Rig) with Emily Hsu
Date:2/7/2021 - 4/18/2021
Address:Virtual Event
Hours:10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost/Cover:See details below.
Web Page:https://www.tsechenling.org/calendar.html
Contact Info:415-715-8259
Details:Buddhist Psychology: Awareness and Knowers (Lo Rig) with Emily Hsu

Sundays 10:00 AM - 12:00 noon PST
January 17, 2021 - April 18, 2021 (no class March 7)
Online via Zoom


According to Buddhism, the path to experiencing greater happiness and well-being and achieving our highest potential involves training the mind, purifying and developing our mind.

Awarenesses and Knowers is primarily a study of the mind. In this intermediate level course, we will explore the nature of the mind and examine it from various points of view to help us understand the different types of cognition and those we need to further cultivate along the path. The seven types of cognition are the main focus of this subject.

This is an FPMT Basic Program course (see below), the first half of the Mind and Cognition module. Awarenesses and Knowers is one of the foundational subjects studied in the monasteries and provides a necessary basis for further studies.

Recommended books:
We will be using a text by the Tibetan scholar Pur-bu-jok, which will be provided to all registrants. In addition, it is highly recommended to have a copy of 'Mind and it's Functions' by Geshe Rabten and/or 'Mind in Tibetan Buddhism' by Lati Rinbochay and Elizabeth Napper.

Prerequisites:
Having completed at least some of the Discovering Buddhism modules or the equivalent. This is not a beginner level course. Homework and exams will be included for those who are interested in Basic Program certification.

Registration Information:
Advanced registration for this program is required, and registration will be closed after the first three sessions. Once you register, we’ll send a welcome letter with additional details. To attend this program, offered via Zoom, you will need to have a computer, tablet, or phone, and WiFi or a stable data connection.

Course fee (fourteen classes and unlimited online access to video archive of teachings): $250
Course fee with sponsorship (practice generosity and help us spread the Dharma): $350
Ordained sangha: Free of charge. ?Please email spc@tsechenling.org to register.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please contact us at office@tsechenling.org to inquire.

Presenter Bio:
Emily Hsu completed FPMT's 7-year Master’s Program at Istituto Lama Tsong Khapa in Italy in 2004, a condensed version of the geshe studies curriculum. As a graduate of the Master’s Program, she is authorized to teach courses which are normally taught by geshes. After completing this intensive study program Emily subsequently completed a ten-month solitary retreat in Spain to integrate the material. Emily tries to do at least a few months of retreat every year in order to deepen her practice, transforming intellectual knowledge into felt experience. Emily Hsu has taught in the Bay Area since 2006 and served as the resident teacher at our sister center Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center (OCBC) near San Jose, CA where she taught a variety of classes including FPMT’s Basic Program. Emily is also one of the few teachers selected by Lama Zopa Rinpoche as being qualified to lead retreats on shiné (calm abiding).

"Emily’s teaching goes beyond the simple explanation of complex texts and ideas; she explains things in a way that shows us how to apply the Buddha’s teachings in our lives and leads us by excellent example. She is easy to confide in and gives appropriate advice, even on topics that are uncomfortable to talk about". ~ Recent student

About the FPMT Basic Program:
The FPMT Basic Program is a twelve-subject course of studies designed by Lama Zopa Rinpoche. It provides a practice-oriented transmission of the Buddhadharma to committed students ready to progress to in-depth study and practice.

The program’s comprehensive curriculum greatly enhances students’ understanding of Buddhadharma (Buddhism), establishing a sound basis for ongoing study, practice, retreat, and service.
Students registered for this class will have the ability to ask questions of the teacher in real-time and will also have access to the archived Zoom videos for ongoing study and reference.

For more information on Tse Chen Ling's Basic Program courses, please visit: https://www.tsechenling.org/fpmt-basic-program.html

For more information on the FPMT Basic Program, please visit:
https://fpmt.org/education/programs/basic-program/
Event is:Every Sun
Audience:All Welcome
Category:Virtual Event
Submitted by:contributed
 
 
Recent Activity
 
Manar Sinan
533 HAIGHT ST ,SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Jeffrey Barker
1354 - 48th Avenue ,San Francisco, CA
Marc Sondheimer
176 belvedere st apt 3 ,San francisco, CA
Kusmer Steve
70 Wawona St ,San Francisco, CA
Marisa Hightower
246 victoria st ,San Francisco, CA
Tim Rathbun
1 Front St Ste 1425 ,San Francisco, CA
Larry Baumiller
814A 32Nd Ave ,San Francisco, CA
Mindy Hall
2331 19TH ST ,SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Rick Nichols
340 CHURCH ST APT 10 ,san francisco, CA
Teapata Leila
284 CONGDON ST ,San francisco, CA
Copyright 2004 - 2021 WhoFish Media Inc., All rights reserved, worldwide.