Follow the link below to see a list of courses that I have taught.
My teaching includes topics of Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism and addresses regions of Southern, Central, and Eastern Asia.
Over time, I hope to use this section to share didactic materials that I have developed.
One of the most common Buddhist views of the geographic world imagines it as a flat disc filled with oceans, mountains, and continents. Understanding this universe is crucial to higher rituals and meditations.
The wheel of existence, bhavacakra, or samsaracakra is one of the most well-known and dynamic visual expressions of Buddhist worldview.
Tantric Buddhism involves the visualization of complex mandalas in careful sequential processes.
The life of the Buddha is a frequently depicted story that communicates key features of Buddhism.
The complex imagery in this painting represents one of the fundamental rituals and meditations of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism.