This six-week module will explore how we can move from our usual selfish perspective into one of greater service for the other. We will explore what it means to be in and of this world working for the greater good whilst not feeling resentful or getting burned out.
The Source of All My Good ("The Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment") is a 14-verse instructional on how to live a good life. Otherwise known as the Lam Rim Chen Mo, the author Je Tsongkapa (1357-1419) is regarded as the father of the Gelukpa lineage – that of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Lam means Path and Rim means steps/stages. The Lam Rim Chen Mo is a complete instructional on how to live a good spiritual life from A to Z.
In this year-long study, we have explored the many elements of a spiritual path in great detail. We have discovered how these many concepts from a Tibetan Buddhist perspective based on this important and beautiful work are applicable in every moment and decision in our life. Though based on the teachings of the Buddha, we have explored how to apply this wisdom to our everyday life from many perspectives – regardless of faith, philosophy, or religion. In other words, we have brought this gorgeous poem to life, finding applicability in each moment and circumstance in our daily life.
You are invited to join us for the whole year --as the courses have been recorded; however, each segment can be studied “stand alone” and therefore you can join us for this particular module if you prefer.