Early Buddhism Course by Bhante Sujato & Ajahn Brahmali

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Early Buddhism Course by Bhante Sujato & Ajahn Brahmali

Post by marc108 » Tue Mar 05, 2013 11:54 pm

Early Buddhism Teachings, Readings, Meditations by Bhante Sujato & Ajahn Brahmali

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This structured course gives an overview of the earliest teachings of the Buddhist tradition. It has been designed by Bhante Sujato and Bhante Brahmali. It is based on the findings of historical scholarship, and explores the contemporary relevance of these ancient teachings. The course consists of six day-long workshops over six months. Each month, readings and meditations will be assigned for the following workshop.
Early Buddhism Course Live Streaming:
The two teaching sessions will be streamed live. The times are:

8:30am - 10:30am AWST
12:30pm - 2:30pm AWST

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Re: Early Buddhism Course by Bhante Sujato & Ajahn Brahmali

Post by UpwardBound » Thu Mar 07, 2013 1:49 pm

Thank you for posting, I've started the readings and look forward to continuing in the course.

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