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Discuss about the 4th Noble Truth: Part 3 of 3 to the Eightfold Path

  • Mar 5, 2013 · 6:30 PM
  • Ecumenical Center

Greetings Enlightened Beings:

I welcome you all back for another awesome dharma talk this week on the Four Noble Truths and Eight Fold Path. In the first discussion meeting about the 8 Fold Path, we talked about the first two principles of the Eight Fold Path, which were right view and intention. These were called the cognitive part of the 8 Fold Path. The next part of the 8 Fold Path that we discussed was the ethical portion, which has to do with right speech, action and lively hood. The last discussion about the Four Noble Truths and the Eight Fold path will be called the wisdom portion, which includes right effort, right mindfulness and right meditation. Even if you have not discussed with us any other portion of the Four Noble Truths please go because I will always go over them again, so that it makes sense for new people each time. I realize it can be difficult to make each dharma talk and I will accommodate for those people. I also wish to share that we will not be meeting in the big room anymore, but in the back room, due to the Ecumenical rules. I will put up signs up to guide people to the back room, so that you do not get lost. If you need to get a hold of me for any reason to ask questions here is my number[masked]-1176.

Lastly I want to say that you do not need to study anything before going, but if you are really interested in learning more please learn as much as you can. Anything that helps your understanding of Buddhism will also help your contribution to the group. You are not obligated to talk either, but if you like please ask questions, or if you have something relevant to share that has to do with what the discussion please let us know. I am the main facilitator and lecturer of the group, however, I like peoples feed back. Of course, we have a limited time to discuss everything because Buddhism is so vast, so please keep what you say on topic. If we get done early with time to spare, and you want to talk about another topic, I am open if others are open to it as well. Thanks for understanding! I wish you all a lovely week!

Namaste

Fred Casillas, Jr.

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