3 FEBRUARY 2018 | 10am California time

Online Workshop hosted by Asaf Braverman

We normally think of aims as destinations to be reached. By this token, those working on fear should become courageous, those working on inner considering should become self-assured, and those working on judgment should become compassionate. However, practice reveals that our deeper psychological patterns don’t easily bend. Rather than eliminating our deeper habits, can we transform them into something useful? Can we use our psychology as kindling for the fire of consciousness?

In this workshop we will explore this question by drawing from the story of Mara's attempt to prevent Siddhartha's enlightenment.

If you are not a student and would like to attend our next introductory meeting: