If you are a committed Dharma practitioner then you probably have one of two notions about your practice; 1) you are on a path gradually developing towards awakening, or 2) awakening does not develop; the realization of the Dharma is always, already in the here and now.
But which notion is correct? Is the realization of the Dharma a gradual process that develops through stages of insight? Or, is awakening always, already, present?
Spiritual traditions have been transmitting awakening through one of these two approaches for millennia. Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana Buddhism are full of gradual and sudden path practices.
In this Day Of Practice, you will learn the validity of both of these approaches and directly experience their differences. Join us to gain clarity on the gradual and sudden paths of awakening, and how they manifest in your own practice.