- Friday 6pm to 8pm
- Saturday 1pm to 5pm
- Sunday 10:30am to 12:30
Many of life’s difficulties and complications are products of our own negative habitual thoughts and actions, but those harmful habits need not control our lives. In this weekend course, we’ll examine a variety of these persistent and destructive patterns in order to learn how to disempower them and cultivate new behaviors rooted in truth and genuine well-being.
About the Instructor
Don Handrick is a graduate of the first Masters Program of Buddhist Studies, the FPMT’s seven-year study program inspired by the traditional geshe studies at the great Gelugpa monastic universities. Since 2006, Don has been the resident teacher at Thubten Norbu Ling Buddhist Center in Santa Fe, NM, and he also teaches regularly at the Ksitigarbha Tibetan Buddhist Center in Taos, NM. In 2015, Don led the month-long November Course at Kopan Monastery and in 2016, he began spending a portion of each year visiting other FPMT centers as a touring teacher.
|Date(s):||May 31, June 1 - 2 (Fri, Sat, Sun)|
|Times:||6:00 pm - 12:30 pm|
|Type of event:||special event|
|Number of sessions:||3: Friday evening, Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning|
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