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Autumn Buddhist Courses/Workshops in Middletown, Ct. You are welcome to join us.

From: Buddhist Faith F.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 10:33 PM

Autumn Buddhist Courses

Our New England Institute of Buddhist Studies? courses, workshops and seminars meet One-Day-A-Month and have been designed to deepen your understanding and practice of Shin Buddhism and the whole of the Buddhist tradition.

Registration Now Open

If you are ready and interested in learning more about Mahayana Buddhism, Shin Buddhism and how to live it on a daily basis, you are invited to register for our New England Institute of Buddhist Studies? courses, workshops and seminars. Courses meet at the Buddha House or at our new BFF seminar room in Middletown Ct.

For Fall 2008, we are offering four programs of which two are new courses. Space is limited so please sign up soon. Beware of our closing dates. Register online or at the Sunday morning gathering where the initial complimentary course book will be provided.

Calendar of Programs for Fall 2008

(See Registration Form or Online to enroll on web site)

All courses & workshops are in Middletown, Ct


Shin Buddhism & New Science 325 Seminar

(intermediate - advanced) registration from Aug. 31 - 10/12.

Prerequisite 201 & 301 Courses or Special Permission

Non-members may register online via Paypal

Not open as a correspondence course outside Ct.


Discovering Shin Buddhism Course

(basic to advanced) registration from July 26 - 10/12. limited

non-members may register online via Paypal

Open as correspondence course outside Ct (e-mail us)


Spiritual Maturity and Leadership 201 Course

(basic to advanced) registration from July 26 - 10/12.

Prerequisite 101 Course

non-members may register online via Paypal


Suffering is Optional Course

(beginner -advanced) registration from Oct. 5 - 11/02. limited

No Prerequisites

non-members may register online via Paypal

Open as a correspondence course outside Ct. (e-mail us)

To Learn More & Register

Visit New England Institute of Buddhist Studies

New England Institute of Buddhist Studies

The New England Institute of Buddhist Studies (NEIBS) is the direct educational arm of the Buddhist Faith Fellowship. It seeks to deepen and extend the practice and studies of the Buddha Dharma within an open and non-sectarian atmosphere with a focus more on Mahayana and Shin Buddhist teachings. Toward this goal, NEIBS provides courses, workshops, seminars and training programs. The Institute strives to provide the best programs that are affordable and practical in everyday life. See web site for more information.

Discovering Shin Buddhism

When: Sunday, October 26, 12:45 - 3 p.m.

Registration: now open

Open to all

including the curious, friends & members

This is popular 3 month Course is called Discovering Shin Buddhism. It is offered once a year in the autumn offering a practical and comprehensive program using 2 classic books. This course provides plenty of discussion and opportunities to practice the Shin teachings. If you are seeking spiritual transformation, are just curious, want to learn more about Shin Buddhism or just want to deepen your practice and knowledge of Shin, you are invited to participate.


Autumn & Winter Theme

Everyday Buddhism & The New Science

What is the New Science? It is the latest derived by the new discoveries in cutting edge science from the last 10 - 30 years. They include: Living Systems, Complexity, Field, Chaos, Evolutionary & Quantum Theories.

09/28. Breathe, Mind and Presence. Learn to dwell calmly in your life, within the turbulent world we live in today. This discussion is more like a ?how to? in various types of meditation practices, from traditional Buddhist ones to the avant garde. Presented by Janine Janaki.

10/05. Buddhism and Quantum Physics: Is there a conflict between Buddhism (religion) and science? This will be a fascinating exploration on how modern advances in science interact with the dharma. Presented by Jeff Zyjeski.

10/12. Suffering Is Optional. A fascinating look into three keys to freedom and joy. In this dharma discussion, we will discuss the first key which is to pay attention to everything. Based on the book by Cheri Huber. Presented by Juliane Dean

For BFF?s schedule & directions click below

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