New class on Sunday, Oct. 9: Six Perfections

BIBS presents Buddhist View 200, which explores the Six Paramitas or transcendent attitudes, starting this Sunday, Oct. 9. This class illuminates the Mahayana motivation with teachings that comprise the second turning of the wheel of dharma, presented by Dan Black. The six practices are generosity, patience, ethics, joyous effort, concentration and wisdom. These virtuous qualities take on deeper dimensions with the Buddhist aspiration to attain enlightenment for the benefit of others.

Starts Sunday, October 9 and continues on five more Sundays, at 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. All classes are at the BIBS Center, 660 N. 9th Street. Cost is by donation only. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Appropriate for anyone interested in Tibetan Buddhism and open to all. Questions and for registration, contact BIBScenter@gmail.com.

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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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