The Buddhism 1.0 introductory course aims to be a lucid and helpful experience and has been designed with the intention to illuminate the path for beginners as well as for those who need a refresher course.
This course will meet twice on January 22nd and February 26th at 10:30 a.m - 12 noon. Registration will end on January 10, 2017. There is limited enrollment. The class will take place at the Buddhist Faith Fellowship of Connecticut in Middletown.
The Buddhism 1.0 course will explore Buddhism as a timeless philosophy of life, that is existential, intuitive, and most importantly, learn how it offers many practical techniques for working with our real life’s situations and coping with the blessings and challenges we share. The course will help students to uncover an ancient wisdom and path of inner freedom that reveals the inherent beauty and worth in every person, and awaken the mind to the wonder of this world.
The instructor will be one of Connecticut’s most well-known Buddhist teachers, Senpai Daishin, who has a knack of making complex concepts simple and easy to understand for those unfamiliar with the core teachings of Buddhism likewise the course’s book, “The Heart of the Buddhist Teachings” by Thich Nhat Hanh is an insightful exploration of the dharma (Buddhist teachings) that lays out the basics in a clear fashion for anyone to comprehend.
Visit the Buddhist Faith Fellowship's web site for more information and to register at www.bffct.org