Most Americans have at least heard of Buddhism and other Eastern philosophical traditions. Often referred to as a religion, Buddhism is distinctly different from others.
Please join us Saturday, May 9, at the Sisson Library for the last of our spring lectures when we will host licensed psychologist Dr. James Kline, presenting “Ancient Wisdom: The Psychology of Eastern Religion.”
A Colorado-licensed psychologist with 30 years experience as a student of Zen Buddhism, Kline will look at historical roots, examine core elements, and explain why Buddhism is more appropriately classified as psychology.
The Lifelong Learning Lecture series offers a wide variety of topics sure to pique the interest of residents and visitors alike. Its mission is to help you keep your mind agile and your life interesting. Each presentation is free and open to the public. Lectures take place at the Sisson Library, located at the corner of U.S. 160 and 8th Street, starting at 3 p.m.