• The Path to Freedom: The Four Seals of the Mahamudra (Live Stream)

    Friday, March 26th-Saturday, March 27th, 7:00 pm - 3:45 pm

  • About This Event

    The Four Seals are four special insights into reality that enable us to experience the liberating wisdom of Mahamudra, the true nature of things.

    In King of Concentration Sutra Buddha says:

    The nature of all  phenomena is the great seal.

    Here, nature refers to the ultimate nature of all phenomena, which is emptiness, or lack of inherent existence. This emptiness is called the ‘great seal’ because phenomena never move from the state of lacking inherent existence.

    In general all Buddhists assert four views:

    • All products are impermanent
    • All contaminated things are the nature of suffering
    • All phenomena are selfless
    • Only nirvana is peace

    Because these views are irrefutable, they are called the ‘four seals’.

    In this course, we will explore profound topics such as impermanence, the nature of the mind, the source of suffering and the truth of ultimate reality, emptiness. Through teachings and guided meditations we will gain insight into the true nature of reality and experience the peace and freedom that comes from wisdom

    Video recordings will be available for your convenience 2 hours after each Live stream session. These will be available for 4 days after the retreat.

  • Event Schedule

    7 - 8:30pm Teaching & Guided Meditation
    10:00 - 11:15am Teaching & Guided Meditation
    11:45 am - 1:00pm Teaching & Guided Meditation
    2:30 - 3.45pm Teaching & Discussion
  • The Teacher

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    This event is taught by Gen Dorje. Gen Dorje has been studying and practicing Buddhism for over 20 years under the guidance of his teacher Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, the founder of the New Kadampa Tradition. Gen Dorje is admired for his warmth and humor in making Buddha’s teachings relevant to the modern world. He is an inspiring example of how to integrate Buddha’s teachings into a joyful life.

  • Cost

    The cost per person for this event is as follows:
    (Click here to find out about savings with Temple Membership)

    Non-Members Members FP/TTP
    $45 $35 $25
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    Bookings are closed for this event.