Prajna Studios

Courses

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  • Discovering the Relaxed Mind

    An Immersion in a Seven-Step Method for Deepening Meditation Practice

    Taught by Dza Kilung Rinpoche

    Learn a seven-step meditation practice, concisely and practically adapted from the meditation techniques of three major Buddhist traditions—Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana—which Tibetan Buddhism knits into a seamless whole.
  • Making Friends with Yourself

    Exploring Self, Selflessness, and the Roots of Attachment

    Taught by Pema Chodron

    Imagine having Pema Chödrön sitting in your living room, speaking directly to you. This course, beautifully set in the intimate environment of remote Gampo Abbey, presents Pema teaching how to step outside ourselves to see how our sense of self develops and leads us to negative patterns of thinking.
  • Living the Dharma

    How to Practice Buddhism and Make It Count

    Taught by Anyen Rinpoche and Allison Choying Zangmo

    Tibetan Buddhist master Anyen Rinpoche and his teaching partner Allison Choying Zangmo share what it takes to achieve realization on the spiritual path with a practical and approachable means for bringing our practice alive and actualizing the wisdom of the Buddha in our hearts.
  • Entering the Path

    The Hinayana Teachings of Chögyam Trungpa

    Taught by Judith L. Lief

    The hinayana path is the foundation of the Buddhist teachings. To enter the path of Buddhist practice, one must start here. Based on training in mindfulness and awareness and in cultivating a deeper understanding of one’s own mind, the hinayana is what allows us to take delight in our everyday life just as it is.
  • The Bodhisattva Path of Wisdom and Compassion

    The Mahayana Teachings of Chögyam Trungpa

    Taught by Judith L. Lief

    Once the essential foundation of the hinayana teachings has been laid, the next step begins with opening the focus of practice to include the world beyond oneself. This personal paradigm shift is the gate to the mahayana teachings, beginning with shunyata, the essential emptiness of all phenomena, and with the compassion that naturally arises from that understanding.

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