The Three Refuges are the Buddha, The Dharma, and the Sangha. They represent the primary Buddhist values and supports for Buddhist practice. “Going for Refuge” is a way of acknowledging a person’s intention and dedication to the Buddhist practice of liberation. This series of talks is for those interested in learning more about the refuge and their own relationship to them, as well as those who would like to formally “go for refuge.” Please note: We were unable to record Week 4 of the class. We have included Week 4 from the prior class in 2005 that covers much of the same material.
|The Refuges - Week 1||Gil Fronsdal||2018.04.25||1:03:10||1:03:10
|The Refuges - Week 2||Gil Fronsdal||2018.05.02||1:16:27||1:16:27
|The Refuges - Class 3||Gil Fronsdal||2018.05.09||1:17:07||1:17:07
|Refuges - Week 4 (Part 1)||Gil Fronsdal||2005.10.12||37:16||37:16
|Refuges - Week 4 (Part 2)||Gil Fronsdal||2005.10.12||34:35||34:35
|The Refuges - Ceremony||Gil Fronsdal||2018.05.23||1:05:20||1:05:20
|Handout for Class 4: Being One's Own Refuge|