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7:30pm Parting from the Four Forms of Clinging Group Study and Practice (Zoom)
March 29, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm PDT
An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, repeating until March 29, 2023
Dates: Wednesdays, March 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th and Mondays, April 3rd & April 10th
Time: 7:30 pm PT
Led by: Ron Hogan and Dennis Oliver
*** Registration is Closed ***
Following the release of Parting from the Four Forms of Clinging, an accessible and practical guide to mind-training in the Sakya tradition of Tibetan Buddhism by our Head Lama, H.E. Khöndung Avikrita Vajra Rinpoche, Sakya Monastery is facilitating group study and practice of these important teachings for awakening wisdom and compassion. In six consecutive sessions, we will recite prayers and reflections from the book followed by meditation together on the key-points outlined by Rinpoche. All are welcome to join – just get your copy of the book from the Monastery and sign up!
Purchasing Parting From the Four Forms of Clinging:
– To purchase a hardcopy, you can make a donation here on our PayPal: bit.ly/3Ie2sQr . You can also contact the Monastery to donate a different way – please include a note that you would like to purchase Parting from the Four Forms of Clinging. The suggested donation for the book is $10 for those who are able to pick up a copy at the Monastery. For those living in the US, $12 is suggested to include shipping fees. For those living internationally, the suggested donation will depend on your location.
– To purchase the Ebook, you can find it on our online shop here: https://www.sakya.org/shop/
Ron Hogan is a Counselor and Massage Therapist with a lifelong interest in body-mind and spiritual practices. He has been responsible for the Sunday morning Shitro practice and the weekday morning Ngöndro practice since 2008.
Dennis Oliver has been at Sakya monastery since 1986; taking refuge with H.H. Jigdal Dagchen Dorje Chang in 1988. Currently he is Program Manager at the Monastery. He has studied Buddhism and Tibetan Language at the University of Washington and with many Lamas and teachers.