Watch Sharon Salzberg’s class The Four Noble Truths live from your computer on March 1, 8, 15, 22. The live stream is only available for the full course. It is not available for individual class purchase. Please note that technical support will be available via e-mail and chat 30 minutes prior to the event.
Here’s how it works: Click the button below or the tickets link to register for the class. Once registered, you will receive a link to an Event Page and a passcode via e-mail. Before the class begins, go to the Event Page and enter your code. Watch the class in real time live on your computer.
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The Four Noble Truths are the cornerstone of awakening in the Buddhist tradition. In this four-week course, Sharon will explore these ancient teachings for their practical application in modern life. Drawing from classical Buddhist teachings, the course is comprised of four evenings in which we will explore each of the noble truths. Each week of the course features an in-depth discourse, guided meditations, and question/answer periods. It is recommended that this course be taken as a series; however, students can also attend each separate sessions individually. Please note: beginning meditation instruction will not be offered in this course.
March 1, 2017, 7-9pm Dukkha: the recognition of suffering
March 8, 2017, 7-9pm Samudaya: the undoing of the cause of suffering
March 15, 2017, 7-9pm Niroda: the possibility of the end of suffering
March 22, 2017, 7-9pm Magga: the means to walking the path to the end of suffering.
Sharon Salzberg is a central figure in the field of meditation, a world-renowned teacher and NY Times bestselling author. She has played a crucial role in bringing meditation and mindfulness practices to the West and into mainstream culture since 1974, when she first began teaching. She is the co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA and the author of ten books including NY Times bestseller, Real Happiness, her seminal work, Lovingkindness and her forthcoming release by Flatiron Books, Real Love. Renowned for her down-to-earth teaching style, Sharon offers a secular, modern approach to Buddhist teachings, making them instantly accessible. She is a regular columnist for On Being, a contributor to Huffington Post, and the host of her own podcast: The Metta Hour. For more information, visit www.SharonSalzberg.com.