Recognizing the Nature of Mind

with Billy Boyar

April 18th—April 19th

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  • $100 Standard price
  • $125 Patron price
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Room: Main Meditation Hall

According to the Buddhadharma, Mind is the path.  So we might ask, what is mind? Is that the same thing as consciousness?  What do we mean by the word “projection”? Are we trapped in a world of our own mental projections? How can we recognize mind’s true nature?  Can mind be seen at all? Has anyone ever seen it? If it cannot be seen, how can its true nature be recognized?

 In this class, we will discuss and contemplate these and other related questions.  But our aim, ultimately, is to give ourselves the opportunity to have a direct, first-hand experience of the nature of the mind, even if it is only a glimpse, and to allow confidence in that experience to arise naturally.

Pre-requisites: This class is open to anyone who has an established meditation practice and a developing curiosity in the Buddhadharma.

Please pre-register online so that we can properly prepare for the day. Payment is not required at the time of pre-registration. If price is an obstacle for you, please inquire about our Generosity Policy.

If you have any questions, please contact Jason Mabry.