A Year of Deepening in Compassion Part I: The Four Limitless Ones

February 24th—April 28th

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  • $90 Program price
  • $100 Patron price
Room: Downstairs Shrine Room

The Four Limitless Ones, is the first course of this four-part series exploring the Shambhala Mahayana teachings. This course includes Tonglen instruction and an audio talk by Acharya Pema Chodron and an introduction to The Four Limitless Ones. It also includes:

  • Five live classes with an Acharya with an opportunity for Q&A.
  • The classes will be recorded, and each will be led by a different Acharya.
  • Access to the recordings will be available in the course if you miss a session.
  • A live discussion led by the Acharya. Live discussions are not recorded.
  • Readings and book suggestions to deepen our understanding of these teachings
  • Contemplations to help us integrate these fundamental teachings into our daily lives.
  • A discussion forum.

Course Schedule (all Sundays)

February 10 - Introducing Tonglen and the Four Immeasurables (The Minneapolis Center will watch a recording of this session at a later date, since on this day we had our Shambhala Day celebration.)

February 24 - Equanimity

March 10 - Loving Kindness

March 24 - Compassion

April 7 - Discussions

April 21 - Sympathetic Joy and Course Conclusion

Please note: This is a Shambhala Online program hosted by local coordinators. Drop-ins are welcome to come to one or more sessions as their schedules allow. The Drop-In rate is $20-$25 per session. As always, our Generosity Policy* applies.

If you are registering for the group view for all sessions of The Four Limitless Ones please do so by Thursday, February 14 so that we can view the recording of the first session before February 24, 2019. That is the second session. Thank you.

*Our Generosity Policy

In order to make our programs accessible to everyone, we have a “pay what you can afford” policy.  If the program price is an obstacle for you, please decide what works for you and offer whatever you can.

For those who can offer more than the program price, we have a “patron price”. Your generosity in offering the patron price helps cover the costs for others who are not able to pay the full price.