Four Noble Truths and the Path of Basic Sanity
with Moh Hardin
February 15 / 9:00 AM - February 16 / 3:00 PM
The first teaching of the Buddha was the Four Noble Truths: the noble truths of suffering, the origin of suffering, liberation from suffering, and the path that leads to liberation. This simple logic—suffering and its cause, and liberation and its cause—contains within it the seed that flowered as all of the Buddha’s teachings.
In this meditation retreat we will explore these truths, not just as a “traditional” teaching, but as that which gave birth to all the Buddha’s teachings. A deep exploration of these truths could reveal practical and profound guidance for living life based on waking up to our reality and traveling on the path of basic sanity.
Please pre-register online so that we can properly prepare for the day. Payment is not required at the time of pre-registration. If price is an obstacle for you, please inquire about our Generosity Policy.
About the teacher
Moh Hardin is an acharya, or senior teacher, in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage. The son of a Methodist minister, he graduated from Duke University with a BA in music. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and teaches Buddhism and meditation frequently in Canada and the United States.