8-week Online buddhism Course with karuna Priya
Nov 9 – Dec 14, 2021, Online, Tuesdays 18:00-20:00 UK TIME
Have you often been confused with your identity and beliefs and unsure on what you value most? Are you someone who is sensitive to external stimuli, and often change your values and what you want in life? This course will serve as a guide to answering some of your philosophical questions and explore new and meaningful relationships with yourself and others. The course is suitable for someone who has some experience of Buddhism, meditation and wants to learn about the fundamentals of Buddhist philosophy, and how it can relate with modern day living.
8-week Meditation and lecture sessions from former Buddhist monk
Join live from the comfort of your home via Zoom – No need to commute!
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About Nitima Priya
HELPING YOU MOVE ON WITH YOUR LIFE
Karuna is a University Chaplain to Imperial College London, Royal College of Arts and Royal College of Music, and a Meditation Teacher and a Yoga Teacher at Akanista Mindfulness. Karuna has a background in Meditation, stemming from his time as a Buddhist monk for 15 years from a young age.
He has developed a relaxed teaching style, which helps put others at ease, and his personal experience allows him to help others get to grips with the concepts of Mindfulness and compassion. He aims to help others to facilitate the mindsets needed to foster resilience and wellbeing, and to adopt positive habits in order to find balance in both the personal and professional aspects of life.
Week 1: Interdependent Origination
Week 2: Three Marks of Existence
Week 3: The Five Aggregates
Week 4: The fundamentals in practice
Week 5: Early Buddhism
Week 6: Mahayana Buddhism
Week 7: Sutra readings
Week 8: Summary and conclusion
Become a more kind and well-rounded human being
Explore values and meanings
Discover what you want in life
Form meaningful relationships with yourself and the world
Understand and manage external changes better
Relate with modern day living
Find calm in your busy life
Learn to deepen your meditation
Integrate your knowledge into practice by joining workshops and group Sangha meetings
“allow yourself to be without any harsh judgment, and hold yourself with compassion.”