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Looking forward to 2023

For 25 years, Sati Center quietly offered courses, classes, and daylong Dharma study workshops. Confident of the growing interest in Dharma study, especially focused on the intersection of study and practice, we decided this year to take a great leap forward in growing Sati Center. To help with this, Rob Hammond stepped in to be

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August: Studying the Words of the Buddha: Ongoing Classes on the Middle Length Discourses With Gil Fronsdal and Diana Clark

Studying the Words of the Buddha: Ongoing Classes on the Middle Length Discourses With Gil Fronsdal and Diana Clark Intermittent Thursdays, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. While this will be a Zoom class, local people are welcome to attend in-person at IMC. Please register here so we can send you future dates, the assignments, and the

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Introduction to Chaplaincy; Saturday, May 30, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Zoom: Introduction to Chaplaincy with Diane Wilde, Alistair Shanks, Gesshin Greenwood and Jennifer Lemas Saturday, May 30, 9:30am to 12:30pm On Zoom A half-day overview of a chaplain’s work of providing spiritual care and support for people in hospitals, hospices, prisons, and a wide variety of other settings. In recent years, Buddhist practitioners have been

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Study and Practice: The Buddha’s Path of Gradual Training

How does the mind transform from a condition of clinging, identifying, and suffering to the knowledge and experience of liberation? As part of the answer to this question the Buddha taught a path of training that unfolds gradually, each step leading onward and supporting subsequent steps which leads to liberation. In this four-week live, online

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Neuroscience and Early Buddhism – Converging Views of the Mind with Rick Maddock

Saturday, August 31, 2019  9:30 am to 4:00 pm There is remarkable agreement between the early Buddhist view of the mind and the understandings emerging from modern neuroscience. The Buddhist concept of the aggregates (khandhas) could serve as a Table of Contents for a textbook on the human brain. The day’s presentation will review the

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April 13, The Metta Sutta: The Buddha’s Teachings on lovingkindness with Diana Clark

THE METTA SUTTA: THE BUDDHA’S TEACHINGS ON LOVINGKINDNESS WITH DIANA CLARK SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 9:30AM TO 3:30PM Lovingkindness or metta is one of the central practices taught by the Buddha taught in his Discourse on Lovingkindness (the Metta Sutta), a beautiful poem often chanted. In this day we will study these verses, be introduced to

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