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Dec 29
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What Did Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche Teach in 1974?

What did Chogyam Trungpa teach in 1974? These talks are now available through the Meditation: The Way of the Buddha course!

Please join us to explore Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s early teachings on the path of meditation as presented to an audience of new students at Naropa in 1974. Although decades old, these presentations are as timeless as the 2,500 year-old tradition of meditation taught by Gautama Buddha.

Video talks will be supported by live presentations and discussions with Pema Chödron, Dale Asrael, Dorje Löppon Lödro Dorje, Gaylon Ferguson, Arawana Hayashi, Marty Janowitz, Larry Mermelstein, Judith Simmer-Brown, Diana Mukpo, Sarah Coleman, Derek Kolleeny, Chuck Lief, Tillie Perks, Lila Rich, Alan Schwartz, and Anne Waldman. Please enjoy the course preview below.

If you are a new student of Buddhism, you will find these teachings and series of commentaries an intriguing glimpse into the history and development of the Shambhala community. You will also find the video tapes and commentaries to be very helpful in deepening your understanding and relationship to meditation practice.

If you are a seasoned meditator, you will appreciate how these presentations retain the same freshness and dynamism as when they were first brought from Tibet to the West. They are are a reminder of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s incomparable mastery at communicating Buddhist teachings to a Western audience.

Either way, please join us, and invite your friends and colleagues who may be interested in learning to meditate. This program will provide a 360-degree view of how and why one would meditate according to The Way of the Buddha.

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