Introduction to Buddhism Class – Begins in June!


Introduction to Buddhism

This class is 6 weeks long.

One strength of Buddhism is its practices. According to Thich Nhat Hahn, “Awareness of Being is the backbone of the Buddhist method. Awareness of Being is a discipline that helps man to realize himself.”

In this class you will learn:

1.   To discern simple spiritual practices that are useful.

2.   To discern universal wisdom that is helpful when held in universal consciousness.

3.   To discern ways of being that are the outward extension of inner practice.

4.   To get an authentic sense of “right” and “wrong” without guilt. (A.k.a., wholesome and not wholesome)

Specific Information:

There are two class schedules available:
~ On Tuesday evenings, June 9 – July 14 from 7:30pm-9:30pm Eastern Time. Homework begins June 3. Facilitator: Jay McCormick, or
~ On Wednesday mornings, June 10 – July 15 from 10am-noon Eastern Time. Homework begins June 3. Facilitator: Regina Dawn Akers.
Cost is $120.
Textbook needed is The Heart of Buddha’s Teaching by Thich Nhat Hahn.
Class is offered in PalTalk. Familiarity with PalTalk is helpful.
Registration closes on June 1.
For more information on this class, click here.

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