Archive for October, 2011

Today is the start of the five-week discussion group I’m facilitating for Colloquy Downeast on Buddhism in America. During this colloquy, we will be examining the three main expressions of Buddhist practice in the United States—Vipassana, Zen, and Tibetan Buddhism. Along the way, we will discuss what makes Buddhism an accessible spiritual tradition in our modern world and how Buddhism addresses universal issues such as suffering, compassion, wisdom, and inquiry into the essential nature of existence.

You can see more information about the colloquy and a link to Colloquy Downeast at a separate blog page I’ve posted.

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