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Gampopa's Jewel Ornament of Liberation

Registration closes on April 30.

Tibetans say, “The journey from the head to the heart is the longest.”

The Jewel Ornament of Liberation was composed by Gampopa, the main spiritual disciple of the hermit, Milarepa. In the genre know as the gradual path, Gampopa's manual is a classic that guides us step by step toward enlightment. 

This Dharma study will include:

Gampopa teaches, "A Buddha acts in a spontaneous way, without any preestablished plan. He or she doesn't think, 'Yesterday I helped this person, I think that's enough. Today I will help someone else.' A Buddha's body, speech, and mind all function in a nonconceptual, spontaneous way. 

Join us!

Special Note:  This two-part series requires a commitment to attend both sessions. Participants agree to pay for any missed classes on or before the date of each class. in 2019, there will be no make-up classes.

Fee: $30 (per class; payable at the time of each class)
“You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.”
— Buddha