The Karma of Money, Fame and Sex
May 24–26, 2013
This Program is Cancelled– Please see listing for Mr. Loy’s May 18 talk in Denver by clicking here. Buddhism teaches that the delusion of self – the “I” that is separate from the rest of the world – is haunted by a sense of lack. When we don’t understand the source of this discomfort, we often become preoccupied with money, sex, fame or war. Such obsessions also reveal where our society is collectively stuck. In this retreat, we will examine personal transformation according to Buddhist tradition and consider how to integrate social transformation with the Buddhist path.
Read David Loy’s Blog Post: Understanding our Relationship to Money, Fame, and Sex
David Loy is a professor, write and Zen teacher in the Sanbo Kyodan tradition of Japanese Zen Buddhism. He is the author of Money, Sex, War, Karma: Notes for a Buddhist Revolution.