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Saturday mornings from Jan. 23 to Feb. 20

In this five-week class series, 50 years after Chögyam Trungpa first presented Mudra Space Awareness, it will be presented for the first time as a complete upaya — a 24/7 practice designed especially for the moment we are in today. No longer confined to theater training, this practice, succinctly presented in the above diagram, is designed to promote leadership in the moment of groundlessness that arises in the wake of COVID. Each class has two parts, a framework lecture presented by Professor Craig Warren Smith and the series of mind/body and perception exercises, led by Acharya Suzann Duquette, supported by other Mudra Space Awareness teachers. Exercises will be tied to the theme of each of the lectures.

“Chaos should be regarded as extremely good news …Chaos is the great space of emptiness that occurs before genesis. … This space provides an opportunity to reconnect with what lies under the chaos and negativity — inherent awakened nature. Another way chaos is good news is that when things seem very bad, there is a big opportunity for something good to take place.” — Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

Class Topics:

Saturday, Jan 23  — Talk 1: What is Mudra?
 
Saturday, Jan. 30 — Talk 2: Intensification
 
 
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