The 16 Aspects of Impermanence
September 6th to October 4th, 2022 (4 classes, no class on September 20)
Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. MST
In-Person & Zoom
Spiritual Director Kushok Lobsang Dhamchöe welcomes new and returning students to join him for a new 4-week Buddhist philosophy course, The 16 Aspects of Impermanence, beginning Tuesday, September 6, 2022.
In hopes of expanding our understanding of the Medium Scope and The Four Noble Truths, our Spiritual Director would like to teach and provide commentary on The Sixteen Aspects of Impermanence. This topic is not explained in the Lam Rim but was taught by Buddha Shakyamuni at Varanasi at the same time as The Four Noble Truths. The Sixteen Aspects of Impermanence lay out in detail our incorrect views about reality and provide antidotes to be used in analytical meditation so that we may slowly develop a clear and unshakable conclusion about the way in which things exist.
The course fee is $45 CAD.
It is Gaden Samten Ling’s policy that no one should be turned away due to lack of funds. If you feel you would benefit from this course but are unable to register for financial reasons, please contact Gillian at [email protected].
Refund Policy: An individual may receive a refund, less a $15 administration fee, if they request the refund from the Society Office by email, before 2:00 PM the day after the first class.
Please register by Friday, September 2. The Zoom link will be sent by Monday, September 5.
This course will be held at the Alberta Centre for Peace and Meditation, 11403-101 Street, Edmonton, AB T5G 2A9. Students are welcome to attend in person or online via Zoom.
For your convenience, all registered students will receive the Zoom link to the course. Members will have access to class recordings. Not a member? Join today!
VIDEO PRIVACY NOTIFICATION:
We are using Zoom meetings to provide the Teachings and events online. We are recording these Zoom livestream events as videos. We may offer these videos online through our Membership Portal.
If you do not wish to have your face recorded during the Zoom livestream events, please turn off your camera. If you have questions regarding how we are protecting personal information, please see our website at the link below.
Please note photos and videos may be taken for promotional purposes. Our Privacy Contact is Andrew Patton, 780-479-0014, [email protected].
HEALTH & SAFETY:
Please note that we will be abiding by the current provincial guidelines regarding masking and physical distancing requirements. If you are feeling unwell, we kindly ask that you attend class virtually and join us in-person when you are not symptomatic.