14Sep(Sep 14)10:00 AM21(Sep 21)4:30 PMThe Dialectic of Enlightenment -- LIVESTREAMA Benefit for the Spirit Rock Scholarship Fund and Open Gate Sangha10:00 AM - 4:30 PM (21) Online Teacher(s): Adyashanti No prerequisiteOpen
Date: Saturday, September 14, 2019; 10:00am - 4:30pm. Registration open until September 21, 2019. Sliding Scale: $60 - 108. Code AY1L19. Livestream - access for 3 months after the program. In-person option: Register here.
Date: Saturday, September 14, 2019; 10:00am – 4:30pm. Registration open until September 21, 2019.
Sliding Scale: $60 – 108. Code AY1L19.
Livestream – access for 3 months after the program.
In-person option: Register here.
A Benefit for the Spirit Rock Scholarship Fund and Open Gate Sangha
The spiritual life involves a dialectical interaction between our relative selves and our true nature. The embodied human ego seeks its home ground and its liberating release, while our true nature seeks its conscious embodiment in the world of time and space. These two spiritual instincts are the enlightenment impulse experienced from the relative and absolute dimensions of our being, which move in cyclic relationship to one another within the human psyche. In this day together, we will explore the nature of the enlightenment impulse, which seeks to consciously embody both the transcendent and immanent impulses of our true nature.
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