2nd and 4th Sundays of the month
Ideal for beginners to the most veteran practitioners
Just attend, learn, and practice
Open to the general public
No experience necessary
Twice a month, we explore the core teachings and practices of Buddhism as a philosophy of life. Our Practice & Talk meetings are a great way to learn about traditional Buddhism, for our 21st century context, in a nurturing, gentle, and systematic way.
Our Practice & Talk meeting is divided in a three main segments: Reflection, Meditation, and Talk & Discussion. The first segment of the Sunday morning practice focuses on a couple of standard and short Buddhist rituals like going for refuge and a reciting a responsive reading; the second segment stresses meditation practices, which include voice and sitting meditation plus sutra (scriptural) chanting; the third portion of the Practice & Talk meeting is devoted to an intellectual engagement with the teachings. During this segment, there is no lecturing or sermonizing; participation is important but not required. The talk can be a discussion of a reading, a formal talk but it is always includes discussion and Q & A. The session becomes a learning experience for everyone including the teacher.
To join the online Practice & Talk Meeting visit our main web site or click on the link below.
Meeting ID: 311 788 946
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you give yourself time to sign-in before the 9 a.m. meeting.
Camera Shy? If you are, you can simply keep your computer camera off while in Zoom. It’s easy to do and it’s not a problem with us.
Practice and Talk Meeting Rules: Practice kind speech, be courteous, and abstain from talking about current politics.
Our Teacher: The Rev. Daishin Senpai is one of the Connecticut’s most well-known Buddhist teachers. With over 30 years of experience, our founder and senior teacher skillfully leads practitioners and guests into the world of Buddhism as a living and universal philosophy of life.
Suggested Donation: $10 to help cover costs for using Zoom Video Communications, internet services, and standard operating costs. Thank you in advance for your generous support.
To give a one-time donation, visit https://bffct.org/bff/give/
To become a supporting member, visit https://bffct.org/bff/online-membership-enrollment/