Meditation Practicum II: Self and No-Self

Selflessness is considered a profound and difficult teaching. The subject is first approached indirectly by exploring the deeply conceptualized nature of human experience. This leads to identifying our experience of having a "self" and analyzing this "self" using analytical meditation. Does it exist or is it just an emotionalized fabrication? Based on the Theravada and Tibetan Shedra traditions. Prerequisite: REL600 or permission of instructor.
Course Number: REL620
Units: 3.0