Adventures in Knowledge, Part 2

The Time Space Knowledge vision teaches that knowledge is our birthright. When we learn to open space and activate time, our deeper capacities shine forth, and knowledge shows up spontaneously.

Continuing from part 1, this six-week course is based on Chapters 13 to 17 of Tarthang Tulku’s Love of Knowledge. The readings will help us see how our mistaken ways of knowing have trapped us in unhealthy patterns and unsatisfying experiences. Working playfully with exercises drawn from the book, we will explore other ways of knowing, not bound to measured-out time and meaningless space.

The exploration we launch in this course will continue in the fall, when we study Chapters 18-25 of Love of Knowledge, focusing on the self and how we block our own transformation.

The full price is $150 for the course, but no one is turned away for lack of funds. If you need a discount, please apply one of the following discount codes on checkout according to your need:

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If you need further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact morgan@fullpresence.org to enroll for free.

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Date

Sep 18 2021

Time

Pacific Time
9:00 am - 10:30 am

Cost

$150
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Instructor

  • Jack Petranker
    Jack Petranker
    Founder, Center for Creative Inquiry and Full Presence Mindfulness

    Jack Petranker, a close student of Tarthang Tulku, developed Full Presence Mindfulness starting in 2014. He sees it as a way of introducing into the modern mindfulness movement a far-reaching, non-dual understanding that can be put into practice in every moment. Jack has over 40 years of experience teaching meditation, mindfulness, and explorations in consciousness. In addition to teaching FPM, Jack is a practicing Buddhist and meditation teacher, as well as a lawyer. He holds degrees from Stanford, Yale, and the University of California, Berkeley.

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