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The Hinayana Path and Fruition: Join the Class Online

Buddhism is not a religion in the usual sense of the word. It is a method of investigation that allows you to work skillfully with the positive potentials and negative energies of your own mind. The teachings of the Hinayana represent the most fundamental instructions of the Buddha, which are central to everything that follows. Hinayana studies, therefore, are basic to any training in Buddhism.

In the Nalandabodhi Path of Study, Hinayana studies introduce you to Buddhism as a science of mind or method of investigation. The second course in the series, Hinayana Path and Fruition shows you how the view is applied through the practices of the Hinayana path, where you will explore techniques of mindfulness, concentration, and insight.

Prerequisite:  Introduction to Buddhism

You can read here to learn more about this class, including dates, fees, and how to enroll for either in-person or webcast.

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