Buddhadharma: The Direct Approach
A four-part series
Registration closes on August 14. Please see note below before registering.
Whoever feels that Buddhism is a religion, should examine carefully the features which distinguish it from all the theistic religions. According to Buddhist teachings, when our natural intelligence is sparked by contemplation and meditation, we discover insights into what true happiness means and how to achieve it. This is the Dharma.
The Buddha taught to rely on the following four points:
- Depend on the teaching, not the teacher.
- Depend on the meaning, not the words.
- Trust wisdom rather than intellect.
- Study complete texts rather than partial teachings.
Note: This four-part series requires a commitment to attend all four classes. Participants are obligated to pay for any missed classes. Payment is still due on the date of the class. Online payment is accepted for each class.
What to Bring: A journal and water bottle.
Note: This series requires a commitment to attend and pay for all four class both classes. Payment is due at the time of class, even if you can't attend.Fee: $30 (per class; payable at the time of each class)