Dharma Study Group

Sunday, April 19 | 1:00pm | Charles Fillmore Chapel

** This class is on hold and will resume after the Stay-at-Home Order is lifted**
We invite you to join us for a multimedia and interactive study group designed to provide a general overview of non-sectarian Buddhism, its history and its resources.
With over 18 modules to choose from students will enjoy becoming familiar with the life of Siddhartha Gautama, the spreading of Buddhism throughout Asia and the western world, and the collection of teachings available to those who desire to learn.
The ultimate goal for this course is to enable the students to gain a working knowledge of Buddhism and the Buddhist path, so that they can intelligently move forward in their own practice, while utilizing the specific methods of meditation and study provided by Buddhism.

For those wishing to make a deeper commitment there is a precept track available, information will be available during class.
Bio 
Michael Cochran (Fa Huì) comes to us from the Lohan Temple in Las Vegas, NV, where he studied Theravada Buddhism with Ven. Bhante Nawala Lakkana, Mahayana & Vajrayana Buddhism with Ven. Lama Jigme Namyal Rinpoche, Tai Chi with Dashi Steven Baugh, and Chi Kung with Ven. Greg Pergament. He has been a Buddhist Practitioner for over 10 years and was a frequent meditation & Dharma instructor for Desert Dharma at the Lohan Temple. Michael is an ordained minister, a certified Reiki Master IV in both Usui & Sechim lineages, and has been a university instructor for over 30 years. Michael is a regular meditation instructor throughout the Kansas City Metro Area.
 
First eight classes
March 1st - Approaching the Buddhist path
March 8th - Refuge & Precepts
March 15th - The Four Noble Truths
March 22nd - Karma and Reincarnation
March 29th - The Eightfold Noble Path (Wisdom)
April 5th - The Eightfold Noble Path (Discipline/Virtue)
April 12th - The Eightfold Noble Path (Concentration)
April 19th - Metta/Loving Kindness
many more to come!....
Advance Registration is appreciated!
Questions? Contact Victor Dougherty.
 

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