Program Details

Secret Beyond Thought: The Second of a Four Part Series on the Four Karmas


with Gaylon Ferguson
April 10 / 10:00 AM - April 10 / 1:00 PM

It is not necessary to attend the first session as each talk stands on its own as well as belonging to a series.

 

Secret Beyond Thought is an edited transcript of a two-talk public seminar Vidyadhara Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche taught in Boston, Massachusetts in February 1971.

 

This offers a unique teaching on the four karmas—or enlightened activities—and how they can either conquer or be perverted by the four maras, our habitual patterns of ego-fixation.

 

These two teachings, among the earliest the Vidyadhara gave in North America, provide a glimpse into the profound trust Chögyam Trungpa had in the possibility that genuine buddhadharma could be successfully transplanted into Western culture.

 


About Acharya Gaylon Ferguson



Gaylon Ferguson is a senior meditation teacher

in the lineage of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. He is core faculty in Relgious Studies at Naropa University, and the author of Natural Wakefulness (2009) and Natural Bravery (2016).


 



 

The series

This is the second of a 4-part series that explores the Four Karmas. Please note that you will need to register and pay for each talk separately.

 

If you wish to listen to a recording of the first talk, click here

 

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Cost

Program Price:

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Senoirs, Students, and Limited Income:
Or pay what you can afford. Nobody turned away for lack of funds. 

 

Registration
Please register and pay at least 24-hours in advance in order to receive the Zoom link.

 

Contact
If you have any questions, please contact Jesse Miller jmill64 [at] gmail [dot] com

 


About Zoom
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