This 12-month program is designed as an interactive, educational, and experiential study of Buddhist theory and practices as outlined through an Early Buddhist context. The course curriculum will focus on themes related to the Four Noble Truths, the Eightfold Path, the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, and the Four Brahmaviharas. There will be educational lectures and assignments (assigned texts, articles, and audio recordings), peer teaching and facilitation, as well as guided practices related to mindfulness, heart practice, and relational dialogue. The program is appropriate for beginners, as well as those with long-term practice.
Scheduled Dates (One Sunday morning per month) from 10am – 1pm:
February 26; March 19; April 9 (tentative); May 7; June 25; July 9; August 13; September 10; October 15; November 12; December 10
Final Group on January 14 – NO CLASS – Graduation @ Sunday Evening Group (7pm – 8:30pm)
We will be reading the following texts, in order*:
- “Buddhism: A Concise Introduction” by Huston Smith & Philip Novak – DUE Feb. 26th.
- “The Noble Eightfold Path: Way to the End of Suffering” by Bhikkhu Bodhi
- “Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening” by Joseph Goldstein
* “Buddhism: A Concise Introduction” is assigned reading, due by course start date, Feb 26th.
Cost: $500 – 700 (Sliding Scale) for the 12 months, payable by the first class date.
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** Registration Deadline is February 6th **
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