The 1st of a 5-session series on Buddhism’s Ennobling Truths (also called the Noble Truths).
Each session will include a 45-minute silent meditation, a short talk, a look at the original text in Pali and how it is translated, and a period for questions and discussion.
9 Apr — the 1st truth of ‘bummer’
23 Apr — the 2nd truth of ‘unquenchable thirst’
14 May — the 3rd truth of ‘there can be an end to the bummers’
28 May — the 4th truth of ‘here is how you can do it’
11 Jun — putting it into practice
All are welcome. Please come to any or all of the sessions.
£8 per session to cover costs, plus facilitator donation.
Forres Dhamma Friends, a local Theravada Buddhist group. We are a small community group started in 2014 and are a member of tsiMoray. www.dhammafriends.net
Claralynn Nunamaker is a long-time Theravada Buddhist and Pali enthusiast, completing an MA in Buddhist Studies. She is a former Buddhist rep to the Scottish Interfaith Council.
Her primary influences and teachers include Bhikkhu Anålayo, Ayya Khema, Leigh Brasington, Ajahn Candasiri, and Heng Sure.
Take part in a Walk for Parkinson’s in 2017 and help raise vital funds for people affected by Parkinson’s. Every step will take us closer to a cure.
All our walkers will receive the best support from us, including: get the very best support from us, including:
A Walk for Parkinson’s t-shirt
Fundraising advice, including a fundraising pack
Support with your training
A finisher’s medal