Description: The beauty of The Compass of Zen is that Zen Master Seung Sahn always roots our understanding of Buddhism in practice—in our own direct experience.
A clear view can help us see our delusions and return to Don’t Know.
Part 1: Purpose, Divisions & Structure of Buddhism Nancy Hedgpeth JDPSN Mon Jan 9th 12:00pm Eastern
See this in your time zone The first session will introduce the purpose and structure of Buddhism overall.
Part 2: Hinayana: Insight into Impermanence, Impurity & Nonself Nancy Hedgpeth JDPSN Mon Jan 23rd 12:00pm
See this in your time zone The second session will focus on insight into impermanence, impurity and non-self as fundamental teachings of Hinayana Buddhism.
About the Teacher: Nancy Brown Hedgpeth JDPSN has practiced with the Kwan Um School of Zen since 1979 and received inka in 1994. She has lived at and worked for a number of zen centers and has sat long retreats in the US and South Korea. She is Co-Guiding Teacher for the Providence Zen Center. She is a retired nurse. These days she lives in Waterville, Maine from which she does most of her group practice online.
All classes are recorded so you can choose to join live or watch later, at your convenience. Recordings for each live session are usually available within 48 hours for those who can't attend live.
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