Exploring Mind and its True Nature

Exploring Mind and its True Nature

 An introduction and deep-dive into the Tibetan Buddhist view of mind.



Exploring the mind and its true nature

Only the foolish seek happiness outside of themselves. The wise know that happiness and its causes are already there, complete, within us, all the time.


What is this course about?

This course serves as an introduction and deep-dive into the Tibetan Buddhist view of mind. It addresses the critical questions of how the mind works and the mind’s nature.

The structure of each session incorporates three main elements – teachings, contemplations, and meditation – with an emphasis on contemplation as a method to allow you to deepen your understanding of the teachings in a way that’s relevant in your day-to-day life. The course is 7 sessions long.


Who can join

This course is open to everyone, from those just beginning to explore Buddhism to seasoned Buddhists.

For (prospective) Rigpa students, this course is an essential module of the ‘Foundations of the Path’ stage for those who wish to pursue their study of the core area of ‘Exploring Mind and its True Nature’.

Time: Saturdays, 10.00 – 13.00 (with tea break)

Location: This is a hybrid course with two options:

Cost: By donation. Please give what feels appropriate and what you are able to give. The suggested donation is EUR 140.

A notebook is recommended to record points and insights that come up for you, from the teachings, the practice, or questions & answers.

Further information:

Email: dublin@rigpa.ie

Web: www.rigpa.ie/dublin

Upcoming Events

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12th January - 14th December 2022

Exploring Mind and its True Nature
Rigpa Dublin
12 Wicklow Street
15th January - 26th February 2022