The eightfold path is the Buddha's prescription for ending suffering. It outlines eight aspects of a contemplative life. Each aspect reinforces the others, creating a compound effect that elevates our meditation, ethical behavior, and wise understanding of life. This is the practice of appropriate view, intention, speech, action, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, and mental collectedness.
Led by Bodhi College faculty members Martine, Stephen, Jake, and Christoph, whose experience encompasses the forests of Thailand, Korean Sōn monasteries, Insight Meditation centers in the US and Europe, and teaching on MBCT courses. In this course, we look beyond fixed interpretations and understand what the practice of the eightfold path really might be in our world today.
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