Meditation is what first attracts many people to the Dharma, and we can sometimes see it as the most important part of Buddhism, and even as a stand-alone practice we can pursue in its own right. But traditionally meditation was not seen in this way. It is seen as just one part of an overall process of transformation, which is often summarised as the Threefold Path of ethics, meditation, and wisdom. The text we are going to look at brings the Threefold Path alive. It describes a total process of inner transformation, caused by a combination of meditation and changes in the way we live and act. It shows how combining these practices can progressively transform our attitudes, our emotions, and the way we see the world. And it describes how this process of transformation ultimately culminates in complete liberation.
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Dates and Times5 weeks starting
Tuesday, 6th June, 2017-Tuesday, 11th July, 2017
Times: 10:30 am-12:30 pm
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