Introduction to the Four Tenant Schools in Buddhism (Parts 1 - 5)

From March 24, 10:00 am until 12:00 pm
Some experience suggested


Over the hundreds of years that the four main tenant schools of Tibetan Buddhism - Nyingma, Kagyu Sakya, and Gelug - have evolved out of their common roots in India, a wide array of divergent practices, beliefs, and rituals have come into being. However, there are significant underlying commonalities between the different traditions, such as the importance of overcoming attachment to the phenomena of cyclic existence, and the idea that it is necessary for trainees to develop an attitude of sincere renunciation. This five part class will delve into the similarities and differences of the four tenant schools.

This class will run in 5 parts (you will need to register for each class you are attending):

March 24, 2018, 10:00-12:00