Mind and Its Functions

Wednesdays, Feb 15 to Mar 29 (2017)

An FPMT Basic Program course [Mind 2] with Tubten Pende

The Buddha has stated again and again that the mind is the creator of all happiness and suffering. He advised us to control our minds by avoiding nonvirtue and practicing virtue. He identified those mental factors that are virtuous and those that are nonvirtuous so that we would have a chance to succeed. This knowledge has been preserved by a living tradition and is being made available to us through a presentation of minds and mental factors. Learn how to control your mind and achieve happiness.

About the FPMT Basic Program

“The Basic Program is a five-year, twelve-subject course of studies designed by Lama Zopa Rinpoche. It provides a practice-oriented transmission of the Buddhadharma to committed students ready to progress beyond foundational-level study and practice. Its comprehensive curriculum greatly enhances students’ Dharma understanding, establishing a sound basis for ongoing study, practice, retreat and service.”

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Date(s): Wednesdays, Feb 15 to Mar 29 (2017)
Times: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Instructor/Leader: Tubten Pende
Type of event: Basic Program
Number of sessions: 7
Level: intermediate
Participation: regular participation is best
Location: Main Gompa
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