Lam Rim Meditation Series
Practice and Application of the Gradual Path of Tibetan Buddhism
with Dr. Miles Neale and Special Guests
Free event Wednesday April 21 @ 7:00 PM ET
First course starts Wednesday May 5 pm @ 6:30 PM ET
Life is exceedingly precious and fleeting, we must use every moment meaningfully to awaken for the benefit of others. In this year-long, practice-oriented, series of three courses with Dr. Miles Neale and special guests we will extract the essence of the gradual path (lam rim) of Tibetan Buddhism by rehearsing a sequence of profound meditations and focusing on their applications to daily life.
Using the practical text The Essential Nectar of Holy Doctrine by the 18th century Tibetan yogi-scholar Yeshe Tsöndrü, with commentary by modern scholar Geshe Rabten, we will cover and rehearse a series of fourteen meditations from devotion and refuge, right through to altruism, insight and tantra.
This is not a teacher training; this series of courses is for personal enrichment based on consistent personal practice, group coaching with Miles, dynamic discussion, and life-application through assigned weekly "experiments." The world needs more clear-minded, compassionate and creative human beings.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Register for the Complete Series or Join by Course.
New Courses will become available in Fall 2021 and Winter 2022.
For the full learning experience add CSP Courtyard membership on checkout.
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The Courtyard is the year round CSP community forum, meeting every other week for dynamic interaction and special events. In the Courtyard you will discuss and sustain your practice with Miles and Alison, receive peer support, develop a new group service project and co-create new avenues to enrich our collective learning process.Learn More