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Last call for Cultivating Spirituality Course + other courses registration closing soon

From: Buddhist Faith F.
Sent on: Sunday, September 29, 2013 5:17 PM

Cultivating Spirituality

Registration will be closing on Wednesday October 28th for our unique Cultivating Spirituality Course. This advanced study group will explore the Shin tradition's encounter with modernity. The lives of the four thinkers included in the book spanned the years[masked], from the Meiji opening to the West to Japan's establishment as an industrialized democracy and world economic power. Kiyozawa Manshi, Soga Ryojin, Kaneko Daiei, and Yasuda Rjin, all associated with Kyoto's Otani University, dealt with the spiritual concerns of a society undergoing great change. Their philosophical orientation known as "Seishinshugi" ("cultivating spirituality") provides a set of principles that prioritized personal, subjective experience as the basis for religious understanding.

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Deepen Your Path

Courses geared for people with busy schedules

Registration is still open but closing soon

Shin Basics

Discovering Shin Buddhism Course (intro)

Buddhism 101

Buddhism 201

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All courses have limited enrollment.

We are pleased to once again offer our popular Buddhism 101, 201 and Discovering Shin Courses. Additionally, we will be hosting two new special programs: Lunch & Learn Seminar in September and the two session Shin Basics Workshop in November. This will be the 9th year that our New England Institute of Buddhist Studies will be offering courses.

Please note, Buddhism 201 are oriented to people who have already taken our Buddhism 101 or Discovering Shin course or have some but limited knowledge of Shin Buddhist teachings and practices. As for Lunch & Learn Seminar, this event is free of charge and does not require any registration just show up.

Visit for details and to register.

All courses have limited enrollment.


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