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The Buddha’s Teachings on Dependent Origination and Emptiness with Leigh Brasington

March 19 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm PDT

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One who sees dependent origination sees the Dhamma; one who sees the Dhamma sees dependent origination.” MN 28.28

This day long course will serve as an introduction to some of the key points of the Buddha’s teachings on dependent origination and emptiness. In the morning we will discuss what is seemingly the “original” version of the famous links as well as the more well known twelve links. We will also discuss other dependent origination links such as Transcendental Dependent Origination and the set of links found in the Honeyball Sutta (MN 18). In the afternoon we will discuss the general principle of dependent origination and its deep implications as well as the relationship of dependent origination and emptiness.

Suggested reading: Dependent Origination and Emptiness – free to download from http://sodapi.leighb.com/



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Leigh Brasington has been practicing meditation since 1985 and is the senior American student of the late Ven. Ayya Khema. Leigh began assisting Ven. Ayya Khemma in 1994, and began teaching retreats on his on in 1997. He is also authorized to teach by Jack Kornfield. Leigh has taught the jhanas, along with multiple insight practices, at well over one hundred residential retreats throughout the United States and Europe. He is the author of the books Right Concentration: A Practical Guide to the Jhanas and Dependent Origination and Emptiness: Streams Of Dependently Arising Processes Interacting. Find more about Leigh’s teaching and schedule at http://leighb.com.

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March 19
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9:30 am - 4:00 pm PDT
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