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What is secular Buddhism, or a secular dharma? Recently, Wellington’s secular dharma practice community, One Mindful Breath, ran a successful study group which investigated this question. This is what we did.
You may have tried to study Pali on your own at home, using one of the grammars available on the internet. It’s not easy, right? Well, there are currently two online course offers that will give you a better shot at it.
Use this structured study course on secular Buddhism to study on your own at home or with friends. It is made up of a series of recorded talks by Stephen Batchelor with study guides used at Upaya Sangha of Tucson from September through December 2014.
People wanting to know about the study course Creating a Culture of Awakening due to start in October ask this question more than any other. My answer is generally – no, not knowing you (probably) and not being you (definitely) I am simply unable to suggest the right amount of money for you to contribute for a place on the course. It’s completely up to you, and the amount is not what’s important.