Dates: May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, Practice Day June 10
Buddha’s unique finding is that deluded states of mind are not at the core of our being and thus can be removed. Being in samsara means being caught up in these delusions and thus helplessly causing ourselves to suffer, being reborn again and again. Eliminating them from our mind is the achievement of nirvana.
Students will learn the fundamentals of the Buddhist model of the mind, learning to distinguish between delusions and virtues, and therefore how to stop suffering and its causes.