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Turning to Understanding – Online Course
Open Seats 21
2017-9-12
10:00 am
-2017-10-17
11:30 am
Path to Wholeness
Open Seats 22
2017-9-13
10:30 am
-2017-10-18
12:00 pm
Hidden Dimensions of Mind: Who’s Thinking?
Open Seats 25
2017-9-13
7:00 pm
-2017-10-18
8:30 pm
Revealing Mind
Open Seats 23
2017-9-15
10:00 am
-2017-10-20
11:30 am
Exploring Mind and Self
Open Seats 25
2017-9-16
11:00 am
-2017-10-28
12:30 pm
Ladder of Understanding – Online Course
Open Seats 15
2017-10-31
10:00 am
-2017-12-12
11:30 am
Path to Wholeness
Open Seats 25
2017-11-1
10:30 am
-2017-12-13
12:00 pm
Hidden Dimensions of Mind: Dialogues With Mind
Open Seats 25
2017-11-1
7:00 pm
-2017-11-13
8:30 pm
Revealing Mind
Open Seats 25
2017-11-3
10:00 am
-2017-12-15
11:30 am
Mind in ‘Real’ Time
Open Seats 25
2017-11-4
11:00 am
-2017-12-16
12:30 pm

Turning to Understanding – Online Course


Sep 12,2017 - Oct 17,2017 Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Tuesdays, September 12th – October 17th, 10 – 11:30 am Instructor: Robin Caton

Join a global community of curious and caring thinkers as we turn to understanding through inquiry, dialogue, and contemplative practices. As we examine mind and self more closely, old assumptions fall away, allowing everyday life to become a laboratory for new ways of knowing. This course is open to all, but is especially designed for those who have taken one or more classes at Dharma College and are ready to explore experience more deeply.

This online course is fully interactive; we discuss and practice as though we are together in a classroom. Classes are recorded and students receive a link if they have to miss. Maximum class size is 15. Pre-registration is required.


Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Event Fees:

Tuition $ 120.00

Path to Wholeness


Sep 13,2017 - Oct 18,2017 Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Wednesdays, September 13th – October 18th , 10:30 am – Noon Instructor: Robin Caton

We continue our year-long study of the structure of mind, time, and self, guided by Dimensions of Mindand Keys of Knowledge. These recent books by Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku open a path to wholeness, which, as the author says, “is never wholly for our selves. For real wholeness is always communicated to others in spreading ripples of positive influence and deep appreciation.

Students who have not taken ‘Path to Wholeness’ before may enroll this term only with the consent of the Instructor.


Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Event Fees:

Tuition $ 120.00

Hidden Dimensions of Mind: Who’s Thinking?


Sep 13,2017 - Oct 18,2017 Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Wednesdays, September 13th – October 18th, 7:00 – 8:30 pm Instructor: Jack Petranker

New and returning students are warmly invited to attend this first term of a year-long course based on Dimensions of Mind, an accessible yet sophisticated text written in the form of a dialogue between teacher and student. Taught by Jack Petranker, the book’s editor, this course introduces a path of self-observation “in which mind freely dialogues with mind.” Key questions and practices will be introduced that release stale emotional and conceptual patterns, and cultivate a brighter, more open way of being.

Open to everyone!  New students may try the first class with no obligation.


Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Event Fees:

Tuition $ 120.00

Revealing Mind


Sep 15,2017 - Oct 20,2017 Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Fridays, September 15th – October 20th, 10:00 – 11:30 am Instructor: Richard Dixey

In this two-year course about mind, identity and the nature of reality, we read and study Revelations of Mind for the third or fourth time.

No class on September 29 and October 6.

New students may join only with the consent of the Director.


Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeely, CA 94704

Event Fees:

Tuition $ 120.00

Exploring Mind and Self


Sep 16,2017 - Oct 28,2017 Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Saturdays, September 16th – October 28th, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Instructor: Abbe Blum

If we don’t know how mind operates, how can we know who we are? This introductory course based on Revelations of Mind, by Tarthang Tulku, explores self-knowing from the perspective of inner experience. What do we mean by ‘mind’? How do mind and ‘I’ relate to each other? And why does life have so many problems? We read and dialogue, engage the mind and gently observe. Practices will be introduced for mind, senses, and body that bring ease and openness to everyday life.

There will be no class October 21st.

Open to all. New students may try the first class with no obligation.


Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Event Fees:

Tuition $ 120.00

Ladder of Understanding – Online Course


Oct 31,2017 - Dec 12,2017 Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Tuesdays, October 31st – December 12th, 10 – 11:30 am Instructor: Robin Caton How can we know mind more directly, without the conceptual structures that limit ways of knowing and being? If we could place a ‘Ladder of Understanding’ in mind, and climb up and down through levels of ‘knowledge-ability’, where would we place it? Join us for this intriguing online exploration of new ways of understanding self and reality. This online course is fully interactive; we discuss and practice as though we are together in a classroom. Classes are recorded and students receive a link if they have to miss. Maximum class size is 15. Pre-registration is required.

Location

Online

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Event Fees:

Registration $ 120.00

Path to Wholeness


Nov 1,2017 - Dec 13,2017 Time: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Wednesdays, November 1st – December 13th , 10:30 am – Noon Instructor: Robin Caton We continue our year-long study of the structure of mind, time, and self, guided by Dimensions of Mindand Keys of Knowledge. These recent books by Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku open a path to wholeness, which, as the author says, “is never wholly for our selves. For real wholeness is always communicated to others in spreading ripples of positive influence and deep appreciation.

Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Event Fees:

registration $ 120.00

Hidden Dimensions of Mind: Dialogues With Mind


Nov 1,2017 - Nov 13,2017 Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Wednesdays, November 1st – December 13th , 7:00 – 8:30 pm Instructor: Jack Petranker New and returning students are warmly invited to attend this second term of a year-long course based on Dimensions of Mind, an accessible yet sophisticated text written in the form of a dialogue between teacher and student. Taught by Jack Petranker, the book’s editor, this course introduces a path of self-observation “in which mind freely dialogues with mind.” This term we begin to examine what the text calls the “Gateway Structures” of ordinary human experience: ‘I’, ‘Me’, ‘Mine’ and ‘Mind’.

Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Event Fees:

registration $ 120.00

Revealing Mind


Nov 3,2017 - Dec 15,2017 Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Fridays, November 10th – December 15th, 10:00 – 11:30 am Instructor: Richard Dixey In this two-year course about mind, identity and the nature of reality, we read and study Revelations of Mind for the third or fourth time.

Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Event Fees:

registration $ 120.00

Mind in ‘Real’ Time


Nov 4,2017 - Dec 16,2017 Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Saturdays, November 4th – December 16th, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Instructor: Abbe Blum Time agitates and confuses us. Worried by its constant passage, we become stuck in the past and anxious about the future. This course explores the experience of time in a way that has very practical consequences for our lives. When we begin to examine more closely, we discover that past, present, and future are not as fixed as they seem, and that growth and creativity depend on the open knowingness of ‘now’.

Location

Dharma College
2222 Harold Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Event Fees:

registration $ 120.00