Entering the World of the Pali Canon: A Sati Center Study-and-Practice Course

Cost:
Dāna Program
This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated.

With Ying Chen, David Lorey, Diana Clark, Kim Allen

Tuesday – Thursday – Saturday; May 16 – 18 – 20 @ 8:30 – 10am Pacific

Online via Zoom

Sometimes in Dharma talks we hear teachers refer to a “sutta,” to the “Pali canon,” or to “what the Buddha said.” What are they referring to? How can we find such texts ourselves? In this three-part course we’ll explore the three baskets (tipitaka) of the Pali Canon, with particular attention to the collections containing suttas (discourses). The class includes reading and discussion, along with suggestions for ways to bring the texts and the teachings they contain into practice. Each session includes meditation and small-group interaction. This class is suitable for people new to the Pali Canon as well as those more familiar with it; no knowledge of Pali is required.

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