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Join our Buddha Study Guide on Zoom on Saturday 25 June 2022. An Exploration of a Classic Discourse. Two 60-minute sessions. Register for link. No charge.

A One Day per Month Study of specific and most-loved Discourses of the Buddha.
Next meeting on 25 June 2022
Session 1. CET 8.00
Session 2. CET 16.00.
You can join any time during the year and attend as many sessions as you wish.
Two 60-minute sessions, plus 30-minute exchange Suchitra, the assistant, at end of first meeting.
We invite donations to support the teachings. See top right of home page.

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BOOKS. B00KS. BOOKS. Time to recycle 200 books in library at home in Totnes. Et Vous?

I love books ever since learning to read. Since returning to the UK in 1977, I gradually accumulated a small library of books. A rough count recently revealed around 1600 books.

I decided to give to Oxfam, the local charity in Totnes high street selling used books, one in eight of the books – around 200 books. Continue reading 



Right View. A Major Discourse of the Buddha. A Challenging Inquiry for Daily Life. Join our Buddha Study Guide. Saturday 19 March 2022

Sutta 9. Right View. This is one of the most comprehensive discourses in the entire Canon. Buddha Study Guide. Zoom Meeting takes place on Saturday 19 March 2022.
Three sessions on the Day.

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Join our Daylong Zoom Course of Study and Application of the Discourses of the Buddha. Three 60-minute sessions on Saturday 11 December 2021

Do join our daylong course offering ways to explore the Buddha’s discourses and apply his teachings to daily life.

You are welcome to participate in one, two or three sessions on Saturday 11 December 2021. Continue reading 



What the Buddha Taught. Buddha Study Guide. Zoom Teachings with Christopher. Saturday 29 January. Two sessions. Once a month. 2022.

The teachings/practises (Dharma) of the Buddha provide a depth and breadth of a comprehensive exploration of the human experience.

Around 10,000 discourses ranging in length from a few paragraphs/verses to several pages form a cohesive body of teachings. Continue reading 




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