MAITRIPA COLLEGE CALENDAR OF PUBLIC EVENTS & CLASSES: SEPTEMBER 2013
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

NOTE: A formal refuge ceremony will be offered by Yangsi Rinpoche on Thursday, Sept. 26 during the second half of the public teachings (7:30-9 pm) for those who have not taken refuge before and would like to.

Email Namdrol at education@maitripa.org asap if you are interested in taking refuge at this time. There will be a brief Q&A session at 6:30 for those taking refuge.

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10 am -12 noon
MEDITATION INSTRUCTION WITH MAITRIPA ALUMNI & PRACTICE IN THE JOKHANG ; OPEN TO ALL
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HOLIDAY
LABOR DAY
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Fall 2013 semester begins

4:30-6:30 pm: PHL303 Madhyamaka Philosophy: Where is the Middle Way?

4:30-6:30 pm: CST005 Buddhist Chaplaincy

7-9 pm: PHL301 Introduction to Buddhist Thought

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4:30-6:30pm:  PHL401 Vajrayana Philosophy I: The Stages of the Tantric Path

7-9pm:  MDT303 Techniques of Meditation: Madhyamaka

7-9pm: HIS301 History of Buddhist Thought in India & Tibet

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3-5 pm:  TIB201 Classical Tibetan Language Intermediate I

5-7pm:  TIB301r Seminar in Tibetan Translation

6:30-7:30 pm "FIRST THURSDAY" OPEN HOUSE

7:30-9pm
PUBLIC TEACHINGS
WITH YANGSI RINPOCHE
including a special guest: One Heart Worldwide Nepal Program Director, Surya Bhatta who will share images from his work in rural Nepal reducing mother and child mortality rates; donation only

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9:30-10:30 am: CS001/CST001 Who We Are & Who We Serve: Personal Theology & Foundations of Engagement

11 am -1pm: CST003 Compassionate Service: Wisdom & Method

11am -1 pm: MDT301 Introduction to Buddhist Meditation

11 am-1pm (meets first 8 weeks of term) CS003  Compassionate Service: Conflict & Diversity, Wisdom & Method

1:30-3 pm (meets first 10 weeks of term) THL422 Contemplative Care & Counseling Skills

3-5pm: PHL325 Good Heart: Mind Training for Community Engagement: An East-West Exploration

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MDT401 Vajrayana Meditation First Saturday each month, 9am – 5 pm

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10 am -12 noon
MEDITATION INSTRUCTION WITH MAITRIPA ALUMNI & PRACTICE IN THE JOKHANG ; OPEN TO ALL


September 29: 7:30 pm; TSOG; open to all; please bring small food offering to share
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7-9pm:  THL320 Contemporary Buddhist Thought & Theology
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4:30-6:30 pm: PHL303 Madhyamaka Philosophy: Where is the Middle Way?

4:30-6:30 pm: CST005 Buddhist Chaplaincy

7-9 pm: PHL301 Introduction to Buddhist Thought

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4:30-6:30pm:  PHL401 Vajrayana Philosophy I: The Stages of the Tantric Path

7-9pm:  MDT303 Techniques of Meditation: Madhyamaka

7-9pm: HIS301 History of Buddhist Thought in India & Tibet

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3-5 pm:  TIB201 Classical Tibetan Language Intermediate I

5-7pm:  TIB301r Seminar in Tibetan Translation


7:30-9pm
PUBLIC TEACHINGS
WITH YANGSI RINPOCHE


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9:30-10:30 am: CS001/CST001 Who We Are & Who We Serve: Personal Theology & Foundations of Engagement

11 am -1pm: CST003 Compassionate Service: Wisdom & Method

11am -1 pm: MDT301 Introduction to Buddhist Meditation

11 am-1pm (meets first 8 weeks of term) CS003  Compassionate Service: Conflict & Diversity, Wisdom & Method

1:30-3 pm (meets first 10 weeks of term) THL422 Contemplative Care & Counseling Skills

3-5pm: PHL325 Good Heart: Mind Training for Community Engagement: An East-West Exploration

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FALL ORIENTATION for registered students only (degree program & continuing ed students):

1-3 PM: New Students

3:30-5 PM: All Students

Followed by dinner (provided). RSVP required to program@maitripa.org


7:30 pm; TSOG; open to all; please bring small food offering to share
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10 am -12 noon
MEDITATION INSTRUCTION WITH MAITRIPA ALUMNI & PRACTICE IN THE JOKHANG ; OPEN TO ALL
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Last day to add/drop classes for Fall 2013 semester

7-9pm:  THL320 Contemporary Buddhist Thought & Theology

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4:30-6:30 pm: PHL303 Madhyamaka Philosophy: Where is the Middle Way?

4:30-6:30 pm: CST005 Buddhist Chaplaincy

7-9 pm: PHL301 Introduction to Buddhist Thought

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4:30-6:30pm:  PHL401 Vajrayana Philosophy I: The Stages of the Tantric Path

7-9pm:  MDT303 Techniques of Meditation: Madhyamaka

7-9pm: HIS301 History of Buddhist Thought in India & Tibet

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3-5 pm:  TIB201 Classical Tibetan Language Intermediate I

5-7pm:  TIB301r Seminar in Tibetan Translation


7:30-9pm
PUBLIC TEACHINGS
WITH YANGSI RINPOCHE


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9:30-10:30 am: CS001/CST001 Who We Are & Who We Serve: Personal Theology & Foundations of Engagement

11 am -1pm: CST003 Compassionate Service: Wisdom & Method

11am -1 pm: MDT301 Introduction to Buddhist Meditation

11 am-1pm (meets first 8 weeks of term) CS003  Compassionate Service: Conflict & Diversity, Wisdom & Method

1:30-3 pm (meets first 10 weeks of term) THL422 Contemplative Care & Counseling Skills

3-5pm: PHL325 Good Heart: Mind Training for Community Engagement: An East-West Exploration

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10 am -12 noon
MEDITATION INSTRUCTION WITH MAITRIPA ALUMNI & PRACTICE IN THE JOKHANG ; OPEN TO ALL
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7-9pm:  THL320 Contemporary Buddhist Thought & Theology

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4:30-6:30 pm: PHL303 Madhyamaka Philosophy: Where is the Middle Way?

4:30-6:30 pm: CST005 Buddhist Chaplaincy

7-9 pm: PHL301 Introduction to Buddhist Thought

25

4:30-6:30pm:  PHL401 Vajrayana Philosophy I: The Stages of the Tantric Path

7-9pm:  MDT303 Techniques of Meditation: Madhyamaka

7-9pm: HIS301 History of Buddhist Thought in India & Tibet

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3-5 pm:  TIB201 Classical Tibetan Language Intermediate I

5-7pm:  TIB301r Seminar in Tibetan Translation

7:30-9pm
PUBLIC TEACHINGS
WITH YANGSI RINPOCHE

NOTE: A formal refuge ceremony will be offered by Yangsi Rinpoche on Thursday, Sept. 26 during the second half of the public teachings (7:30-9 pm) for those who have not taken refuge before and would like to. Email Namdrol at education@maitripa.org asap if you are interested in taking refuge at this time. There will be a brief Q&A session at 6:30 for those taking refuge.

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9:30-10:30 am: CS001/CST001 Who We Are & Who We Serve: Personal Theology & Foundations of Engagement

11 am -1pm: CST003 Compassionate Service: Wisdom & Method

11am -1 pm: MDT301 Introduction to Buddhist Meditation

11 am-1pm (meets first 8 weeks of term) CS003  Compassionate Service: Conflict & Diversity, Wisdom & Method

1:30-3 pm (meets first 10 weeks of term) THL422 Contemplative Care & Counseling Skills

3-5pm: PHL325 Good Heart: Mind Training for Community Engagement: An East-West Exploration

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10 am -12 noon
MEDITATION INSTRUCTION WITH MAITRIPA ALUMNI & PRACTICE IN THE JOKHANG ; OPEN TO ALL
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7-9pm:  THL320 Contemporary Buddhist Thought & Theology















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