Practicing self-confident wisdom
with Joseph Evans, authorized Buddha Path dharma teacher
Sunday, September 17th
The Yoga Center
According to the Buddhist view, ‘I am present moment thinking only’. The past no longer exists, but how we think about the past greatly influences now and the future. The accumulation of self-confidence teaches us how to see ourselves purely: ‘I am good, my nature is good. I did good things in the past, I am doing good things now, I can do good things in the future, and I will.’ Using simple techniques, we can change our negative perceptions about ourselves into positive ones, and accumulate the positive karma of self-confidence.
Suggested donation: $5-$15 (for using the space; extra offerings go to the Dzogchen Shri Singha Association). No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Buddha Path practice with local sangha
Regular practice with sangha on Monday evenings. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
For deepening your practice, there are many opportunities at the Dzogchen Retreat Center in Oregon, from one-day events to one-week retreats, to months-long internship programs: Coming up are the 2017 Autumn Dzogchen Buddha Path Retreat (October 22-29) and Lhabab Duchen – Buddhist Mother’s Day (November 10). Retreat schedule at the DRC
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