One Hundred Instructions of the Dingri People - Part 2

From April 09, 2017 10:00 am until 3:30 pm
At DNKL
Some knowledge of Buddhism suggested
Text will be provided during class

Overview:

Padampa Sangye, "Holy Father Buddha," was a mahasiddha yogi who lived in the 12th Century in India, and traveled frequently to Tibet. He was the founder of the Chöd and Zhi ched lineages of practice and was the primary teacher of the yogini Machig Labdrön. His One Hundred Spiritual Instructions to the Dingri People is a very famous and pithy text, encapsulating instructions for liberation.  David presented the first 49 instructions of the text in February and will return to complete the remaining text in this additional teaching.

Dr. David "Komodo" Kittay specializes in translating Buddhist texts and teaching courses at Columbia University on Buddhism and on Eastern and Western philosophy, most recently, “Technology, Religion, Future,” "Reincarnation and Technology," and “Interpreting Buddhist Yoga.” He is the President of the Tibetan Classics Translators Guild of New York, writes and lectures on the subject of compassionate lawyering, and is founder and director of the Clemente Course for the Humanities, teaching humanities to underprivileged people in Harlem.

Schedule:

Class will run from 10:30-Noon and 1:30-3:00. Lunch will be provided

Remote Connection:

Will be provided soon