MED212 Intermediate Meditation: Taking the Teachings to Heart


“We might not realize how easily we substitute words for experience, or stop to think about how this affects our ability to touch the living quality of experience itself,” writes Tarthang Tulku in Joy of Being.

Without a living connection to the heart, words remain concepts without much effect and there is little understanding. Meditation can open a pathway to the heart so that the inner meaning of the teachings can come alive. In this class, we engage in practices that open the heart, expand feeling and awareness, and reveal more natural ways of being. Readings from Openness Mind, Joy of Being, and Bringing the Teachings Alive.

Prerequisite: Students should be comfortable sitting in meditation and be interested in exploring their experience.

No class on July 10 or 24.


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