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Monday Nights with Shastri Ethan Nichtern: The Path of Devotion
Part of "The Path of Awakening" Series
The Interdependence Project NYC
302 BoweryNew York 10012
Mon, 8/27/2012, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Note: This class is offered as a part of a ten-week course titled "The Path of Awakening". You don't have to be enrolled in the full course to attend -- it is open to all on a drop-in basis.
10 Monday Nights June 25 - August 27
Monday Nights at IDP this summer offer an opportunity for students to deepen their study and practice of Buddhist Meditation with Shastri Ethan Nichtern. This course will overview the Three Yana Framework of Tibetan Buddhism, while offering instruction for deep engagement in meditation practice, study and self-transformation. Each class will end with details guidelines for maintaining daily practice in the coming week.
Topics for each week will be as follows:
June 25 - Renunciation and Entering the Path
July 2 - Virtuous and Nonvirtuous Action
July 9 - Working with Karma Every Day and Every Night
July 16 - Conquering the Hindrances
July 23 - How to Act Like A Bodhisattva
July 30 - The Paramitas Part 1
August 6 - The Paramitas Part 2
August 13 - The BrahmaViharas Part 1
August 20 - The BrahmaViharas Part 2
August 27 - The Path of Devotion
Drop-in (Per Class)
Non-Members - $20
IDP Full Members - $15
IDP Sustaining Members - $10
IDP Endowing Members - $5
Ethan Nichtern is the founder and Senior Teacher in Residence of the Interdependence Project. For the past eight years, Ethan has taught ongoing meditation and Buddhist psychology classes and retreats in New York City and around North America. He is on the part-time faculty at Eugene Lang College at New School University and lectures regularly at Brown, Wesleyan, and New York Universities. In the summer of 2010, Ethan was empowered by his teacher, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, as a Shastri, a senior teacher of the Shambhala tradition representing the New York region. He has also studied Theravadan and Soto Zen traditions, and is an avid yoga practitioner.
Secular Buddhist Studies Program
The Secular Buddhist Studies Program at the Interdependence Project offers a strong and accessible foundation in Buddhist meditation, psychology, philosophy, and ethics from a secular perspective, inclusive of multiple traditions and bodies of teaching.Interested in the Secular Buddhist Studies Program? Learn more here.
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