Buddhist Philosophy Class
The LTWA offers daily Buddhist philosophy classes to help people appreciate and understand ‘reality’ and help them deal with daily life. The classes are taught by Geshes who are highly qualified in Buddhist philosophy and have dedicated a major part of their lives to study and practice. English translators are provided. Courses focus either on specific Indian or Tibetan texts or on significant topics of Buddhist philosophy and practice. The texts covered in the classes provide the foundation for a lifetime of meditation practice. Every day fifteen minutes of the class is dedicated to meditation practice, and Buddhist logic and debate is taught every Wednesday in the classes.
Important changes this year: There will be a summer break from July 15—31
Dates and times may change due to scheduled or unscheduled public teachings given by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Such changes will be announced in advance. There will be no classes on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month, Sunday, and other official holidays. Occasionally, a class may need to be cancelled or postponed. Prospective students are therefore requested to call, email or visit www.ltwa.net to confirm the schedule before coming to the LTWA.