with Ines Freedman
3 Tuesday Mornings: Sept 6,13,20 9:30-11:00
The kilesas are known as the defilements or torments of the mind –– they are greed, aversion or ill–will, and delusion. They are the primary roots of suffering in our lives, and are the central forces that Buddhist practice is meant to overcome. We will explore how these unconscious roots affect our lives, and how seeing them clearly and developing their opposites can lead to freedom.