Ending Relationships with Wisdom
The Gift of Change
It's in our relationships that we see the progress we are making on the Buddhist path. They often show us where we are stuck and provide great opportunities for practice. In this online course, we will spend time with each of the paramis—or "perfections"—and find creative ways of combining them to bring joy and wisdom into our relationships.
The eightfold path is the Buddha's prescription for ending suffering. It outlines eight aspects of a contemplative life. Each aspect reinforces the others, creating a compound effect that elevates our meditation, ethical behavior and wise understanding of life. Join Bodhi College faculty in this six-week course exploring the Buddha’s path to freedom beginning November 14, 2022.
Everything changes. Nothing is perfect. Yet when we turn toward life just as it is, wisdom and compassion arise. This profound online course explores impermanence, imperfection, and conditionality as doorways to an awakened heart.
What's the secret to changing our habits for the better? The Buddha taught meditators to be mindful of "feeling tones." Now, the latest neuroscience is discovering that these sensations of pleasantness, unpleasantness, and neutrality play a pivotal role in conditioning our habitual reactions. Join Martine Batchelor in a new course exploring mindfulness of feeling tones and finding the freedom to creatively engage with our lives.
The Buddha's teachings—the dharma—arose in a very different world from the one we live in today. This pragmatic online course sets out an encompassing vision for understanding and practicing dharma in the contemporary world. At its heart is an easy acronym we can all learn to apply, ELSA: Embrace, Let go, See, and Act. Join Stephen and Martine Batchelor as they clarify the core elements of Buddhist thought and meditation practice for the way we live today.
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