Summary: An 8-week overview of the Buddhist path, including an introduction to Mindfulness, Vipassana and Nonduality, by way of a review of Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s public teachings from late 2019 to mid 2021.
8 sessions of 120 minutes
Information about the contents of each week may be found in the Program Outline.
An 8-week overview of the Buddhist path, including an introduction to Mindfulness and Vipassana, based on a review of Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s public teachings from late 2019 to mid 2021. The program will be taught by Alex Li Trisoglio, a senior instructor appointed by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche.
This program is for:
- Buddhist practitioners: who would like to review the foundations of Buddhist view and deepen their understanding of nonduality.
- Mindfulness/vipassana practitioners: who would like to deepen their practice and understand the Buddhist origins of mindfulness.
- Beginners: who would like to learn more about the Buddhist path and explore the questions “Is Buddhism for me?” and “How can I start?”
Outline / Timing
- The program will comprise eight weekly sessions. Each session will be 2 hours long with a 10-minute break.
- Sessions will start at 10am Pacific Time on Sunday (which corresponds to 1pm New York, 2pm São Paulo, 6pm London, 7pm Berlin, 10:30pm Delhi, and 1am Hong Kong on Monday).
- There will be time for Q & A following each teaching.
All sessions will be recorded and transcribed.
For information about the contents and optional pre-reading for each week, see the Program Outline.
Questions & Answers
After each session there will be an optional Q & A session for live questions and questions submitted on the Questions page. Any questions about Buddhism, Mindfulness and Vipassana are welcome, including:
- Questions about any topics from Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s public teachings, especially from late 2019 to mid 2021.
- Questions about any topics from this 8-week program.
- Questions about practice (although questions about details of Vajrayana practice will not be answered in the general public teaching)1
If you have questions and are unable to join the live session and Q & A, please submit your questions on the Questions page.