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Reading Club

Mixed Nuts Reading Club

Do you want to learn more about karma and emptiness, but don’t have a lot of time?
Join the Mixed Nuts Reading Club, which meets for an hour a week, every Thursday alternating between 9 am and 6pm, Arizona time.
Every week, we go diamond mining, searching for the ways we can use the most precious and deeply hidden ideas in Asian classical texts in our day-to-day activities. These texts are hundreds of years old, containing the most profound and significant ideas of all times—ideas that can transform our lives.

Why join?

  • you have the opportunity to sit in the same (Zoom) room with Geshe Michael Roach, translators, and practitioners, where you can pick their brains, ask questions, and participate in the digging process;
  • you can learn the most important ideas of Asian philosophy and how to use them in your life;
  • you don’t need to know the Tibetan language to benefit from attending, and simultaneous translation to Spanish and Chinese is available;
  • it’s fun!