Tuesdays, 9:00am – 10:45am (Pacific Time) May 9 – August 15, 2023
no session May 30th
Please try to join the sessions a little early to sort out any technical issues and to be ready for a 9am start of the class. We are using the Zoom video conferencing system for this class. Please use this link to attend the sessions. You will be asked to fill in a form with your name and eMail address. Upon submission of the form, you will receive an eMail from Zoom with instructions on how to join the session. If you would like to be put on a roster to receive materials and reminders, please use this link.
Prerequisites There are no restrictions for participating in this class, so everyone is welcome to give it a try.
Session In this Zoom class we will be meditating on guru yoga using the Hundreds Deities of the Land of Joy, followed by Mahamudra based mostly on the Gelug Kagyu Tradition of Mahamudra, then deepen our Bodhicitta and Mind Training.
The class will last about 90 minutes, followed for those who like to stay a bit longer by Q&A for 15 minutes.
In order to create a group atmosphere l am requesting you to leave your camera on during the class, except for those who have technical difficulties.
The class will be once a week on Tuesdays at 9am Pacific Daylight Time, 5pm UK (British Summer Time) Teachings will go on for a few months, starting May 9th
For those who like we will use again the Facebook " Lamrim Mahamudra" page to communicate with each other about the class. If you are not a member of the Facebook Group, please click here and we will send you an invitation as soon as we can.
Through the generosity of Venerable Rene, this program is offered freely to the FPMT community. To make an offering support for Venerable Rene directly, please use this donate button.
To listen to past sessions, use this button to go to the Internet Archive
Ordained by the Dalai Lama more than thirty years ago, Swiss monk René Feusi has studied with some of the greatest scholars and inspiring lamas in the Tibetan diaspora. He has also performed numerous extensive retreats, including a two-and-a-half-year seclusion focused on developing mental stability. He has led large Buddhist events in Europe, Asia, and North America, and he has students worldwide. The resident teacher at Vajrapani Institute in the Santa Cruz mountains from 2001 to 2007, he now splits his time equally between teaching and retreat. He has recently published The Beautiful Way of Life: A Meditation on Shantideva's Bodhisattva Path.