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During this six-session series, we will spend one session on each of the four yogas of mahamudra: one-pointedness, freedom from elaborations, one taste, and nonmeditation. Our focus will be on developing our experiences of the four yogas, and will include selected readings from Moonbeams.

The other two sessions will be an experiential look at the ways we deviate from emptiness (emptiness as basic nature, seal, path and remedy) and stray in relationship to the three experiences of bliss, clarity, and nonconceptuality, as presented in Moonbeams.

As with our previous series, each session with include guided meditation, a talk, and discussion on an assigned topic of contemplation from the previous session.

Dates

Sept 27
Oct 11
Oct 25
Nov 8
Nov 22
Dec 6

About the Instructors

Elizabeth Callahan began her contemplative training and Tibetan studies in 1977, and completed two three-year retreats at Kagyu Thubten Chöling, New York, under the direction of Kalu Rinpoche. She is a student of Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, and has translated key texts of the Karma Kagyu tradition, including Mahamudra: Ocean of Definitive Meaning, Profound Inner Principles, and, most recently, Moonbeams of Mahamudra. She has been a Tsadra Foundation Fellow since 2002 and is the director of the Tsadra Foundation Studies Scholarship Program.

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