Ehipassiko — Come and See for Yourself
Dharma Foundations — Four Noble Truths: Wisdom Reflections
Wednesdays: February 26; March 5, 12, 19
February 26, 2014
07:00 pm - 09:00 pm
The Four Noble Truths are a foundation for understanding and practice. The simple and direct statements, “There is suffering, there is a cause, there is an end to suffering, and there is a way out of suffering,” are concepts for reflection and a set of directions for the experiential practice that leads to enlightenment.
In this course we will explore the Four Noble Truths through practice and dialogue to deepen our understanding and integrate the teachings into daily life. Particular focus will be on the causes – ignorance, attachment, and aversion – and the paradox of a path with no attachment to results.
This course is not available for drop-in attendance.
Registration fee includes teacher support.
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George Pitagorsky blends Buddhism, systems thinking and non-dual philosophy. He has practiced yoga and Insight Meditation since the early 1970’s. He is a multi-disciplinary business consultant, coach, and is currently a Managing Director in the NYC Dept. of Education’s Office of School Support Services. George is author of The Zen Approach to Project Management and Managing Conflict in Projects and editor of the Breakthrough Newsletter. George seeks to help people to integrate meditation and wisdom thinking into their daily lives. He has served on the NYI Board of Directors.