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Sunday, Jun. 7, 2015, 12:30 am
New England Institute for Buddhist Studies, 343 Washington Terrace, Middletown, CT
Learn about Awareness, Balance, and Compassion.
Explore the Buddhist path from the ground up. What is meditation? How do you meditate? What are the Buddha’s teachings for ordinary working people? Who was the Buddha and his disciples?
What is the Eightfold Path?
Summer – Autumn Semester
Registration is open
Classes begin on June 7, 2015
limited to 20 students for the class but
unlimited as a correspondence course
outside the Connecticut area.
Our Buddhism Course 101 is offered to all those interested in surveying the Buddha’s life and teachings, and how they are applied to 21st century American life. Since 2004, this course has been the New England Institute of Buddhist Studies’ most popular and comprehensive course, and considered the number one Buddhist course in Connecticut. It is open to beginners to intermediate level
Our Buddhism 101 summer course, and it runs for 5 months, meeting for total of 7 class meetings. This course covers numerous great books that survey the vastness of the Buddhist tradition: Theravada, Mahayana, and Tibetan schools. This course is designed to explore Buddhism from the life of its founder to the very heart of modern Buddhist spirituality. Not only does it seeks to give the student a historical and intellectual overview of Buddhism but emphasizes daily practice, which is, living the Buddha’s teachings as a practical vehicle for spiritual awakening. The outcome is a solid introductory knowledge base of the Buddhist tradition together with a deepen spirituality.
To learn the details and register, visit our web site.