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Ven Robina teaches on Mahamudra: How to Discover Our True Nature

Repeats every day until Thu May 18 2023.
7:00 pm Wednesday, May 17, 2023


Wednesday May 17 and Thursday May 18 from 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Venerable Robina teaches Wednesday & Thursday evening on Lama Yeshe's book, Mahamudra: How to Discover Our True Nature.  Join us as we unravel the way to understanding our true nature, our Buddha nature.

Teachings will be offered in person at Kadampa Center as well as online via Zoom HERE or YouTube live stream HERE.

COURSE NOTES - provided by Venerable Robina to supplement the teachings

  1. Course Notes for TABLET, click HERE

  2. Course Notes for PHONE, click HERE

According to Buddha’s amazing view about the human mind, we all have the potential to achieve buddhahood: the eradication of all delusions and the development to perfection of all goodness.

In his beautiful book, MahamudraHow to Discover Our True Nature, Lama Yeshe explains so clearly, so simply, how to get in touch with this natural potential through meditation on the mind itself, the unique characteristic of mahamudra meditation, and finally by realizing the emptiness of the mind: our buddha nature.  As always, Lama Yeshe's words are direct, funny, and incredibly encouraging -- he makes enlightenment seem possible.  He gets us to go beyond ego's addiction to a limited sense of self and to taste the lightness and expansiveness of our true nature.



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