12-Week Online Study: Glimpses of the Profound – Part 2 (SI Australia)
Part 2 of an online study of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s Glimpses of the Profound
Six consecutive Thursdays, October 27 to December 8
7.30pm – 8.30pm AEDT ( +11:00 UTC)
(Note: No session on 27 November)
With his unique ability to touch the heart and mind of the modern audience, Trungpa Rinpoche provides an intuitive and experiential introduction to the wisdom that is the foundation of the path to Awakening. This series is presented by Jakob Leschly.
Jakob Leschly has been appointed by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche as one of his resident instructors in Australia.
This is the second part of a two series – Part 1 focused on Trungpa Rinpoche’s approach to Glimpses of Mahayana and Glimpses of Shunyata
Part 2 focuses on Glimpses of Space and Glimpses of Realization
Practical aspects of online courses:
Students are requested to read sections of the text prior to the scheduled class. During the session Jakob unpacks and summarizes the text using a live PowerPoint presentation which is visible on the participant’s computer. This format enables anyone to participate regardless of location.
Participants also have an option to download both audio and video recordings of the lesson if they are unable to join in real-time, and may review and download any session as often as required.
Cost: Non SIA members: $75, SI Australia Financial Members: $60 (AUD)
(Ordained sangha may register for no cost. Ordained sangha should contact Tom Gwinn at email@example.com for registration details)
To Register: Scroll down to the ‘BOOK EVENT’ section below, and click the ‘Next’ button.
After registration: You will receive an email from ‘WordPress’ with the subject ‘Link for SI Australia Glimpses of the Profound – Part 1‘ . This email contains the link for the online teachings. You should activate this link BEFORE ORCTOBER 27.
Note: You will also receive a separate payment invoice email after your purchase. This invoice does does not contain a link to the teachings.
Refunds: In the event of a refund, note that the transaction fee for the original payment cannot be refunded.