Foundations of Tibetan Buddhism

Buddhist View 100 starts Feb. 7
Sundays, 1 to 2 p.m.
Feb. 7 – April 24 (12 weeks)

This class introduces core tenets of Buddhism, emphasizing the Tibetan lineage.

Shakyamuni

The Thangka that hangs in the BIBS Center.

Topics include suffering, ego, meditation, ethics, and compassion. Students must register with dan.black49@yahoo.com. We will study selections from: Essential Practice by Thrangu Rinpoche, The Noble Eightfold Path by Bhikkhu Bodhi, and When Things Fall Apart by Pema Chodron. This class is appropriate for beginners and those wanting a thorough understanding of Buddhist practice and theory. No cost, donations welcome. Taught by Dan Black.

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I am the administrator/ information coordinator for the Boise Institute for Buddhist Studies, (BIBS). As the organization's title implies, BIBS is committed to learning, understanding and practicing the Buddhist path. In particular, the organization is non-sectarian and based on the presentation of traditional Mahayana principles. The Institute helps to preserve a spiritual tradition that has enriched human civilization for 2600 years.
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