TUESDAY NIGHT CLASSES - ONLINE ONLY

COURSE DESCRIPTION

What’s a human problem?

Simply put: human problems are problems that humans create, and only humans can solve. 

That’s us. We created the problems, so we must solve them. 

There are so many human problems to solve: stress, anxiety, self-doubt, addiction; worries about our health, our finances, and the future. Our relationships are often riddled with human problems. Society – which is just a collection of a lot of humans – adds more problems: crime, violence, poverty, prejudice.

Fortunately, we have special teachings to help us solve these difficulties. 

In a new course, conceived especially for these challenging times, Resident Teacher Gen Dornying will teach step-by-step how to overcome these difficulties, using the beloved book How to Solve Our Human Problems. 

By studying this book, you’ll also learn one of Buddha’s most popular and well-known teachings: the Four Noble Truths.

The course is designed sequentially, but you can join (or drop off and re-join) at any time.