Friday, August 11, 2017

Online Course with Stephen Batchelor, Christina Feldman, John Peacock, & Akincano Weber

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Buddhism's four noble truths for a modern world
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The Four Noble Truths
A 6-week online course with Stephen Batchelor, Christina Feldman, 
John Peacock, and Akincano Weber
We all know that life is full of suffering. The historical Buddha knew that, too, which is why in his very first teaching he offered a roadmap to navigate this suffering. 

Join teachers Stephen Batchelor, Christina Feldman, John Peacock, and Akincano Weber of Bodhi College in our newest online course—an innovative exploration of the Buddha's earliest teachings—and discover how their ancient wisdom can lead to a freer way of being in our modern world. 

Where does suffering come from? What is it that makes us happy? How can we live ethically in a way that supports personal and collective well-being? Spend six weeks with over 250 fellow practitioners investigating these questions and learning how to:
  • Recognize forms of craving that keep us bound in a cycle of dissatisfaction
  • Confront the fires of greed, hatred, and delusion that prevent us from living freely
  • Let go of harmful mental and emotional states
  • Integrate the Buddha's eightfold path as a moral and ethical framework into our day-to-day lives
Learn more »
P.S. If you're interested in taking a course as a group or with your sangha, get in touch! We offer discounted rates to groups of five or more. Reach out to us at to request further details.
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