Introduction to the Time, Space and Knowledge Vision

Saturdays, April 15th Through May 20th , 9:30 – 11:30 AM Pacific Time

Have you ever felt intensely alive, in touch with the flow of the moment, energized and in harmony? What if you could learn to attune yourself to time so that every instant of your daily life comes to feel more dynamic, vivid, infused with wonderment? What if you had the ability to feel more spacious and open to your experience and to relate with others with more natural ease and acceptance. And rather than being limited by habitual and dualistic patterns of thought, what if new ways of knowing were accessible to you that fostered creativity, joy, beauty and a sense of deep inner freedom, intimacy and fulfillment?

This course experientially introduces students to the Time, Space, and Knowledge (TSK) vision based on a remarkable series of books, by Tarthang Tulku, a Tibetan Buddhist teacher trained in Tibet but who has communicated a path of transformative insights for modern people for over fifty years. The TSK vision is a secular path of open inquiry, devoid of dogma, systems of beliefs, and traditional religious commitments. This inquiry engages all of our human capacities for the purpose of deepening our investigation into the liveliness of time, the freedom of space, and the power of knowledge in our ordinary lives. In this class, we draw upon selected parts of many books within this new vision of Time, Space, and Knowledge to introduce this path of inquiry to anyone interested. No prior knowledge or background in philosophy or meditation is assumed or expected.

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$ 55

Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson
  • Course Certificate