Experience one day
of presence and gratitude. Includes sitting, walking, voice and eating meditation, and a delicious Korean lunch. Talks are
presented by experience dharma teachers. For beginners to the most advanced. See web site below.
Discovering Shin Buddhism
This is the seventh year of one
of our most popular courses. Learn about the history, basic concepts, religious tradition and spirituality of Shin Buddhism.
Begins October 2012. It will meet for 3 sessions in 3 months. Open to buddhists and non-buddhists. See web site.
This is the eighth year of our most
popular and comprehensive course. It surveys the Buddhist life, his disciples and teachings, and how they may be applied in
21st century America. This course covers the vastness of the Buddhist religion through Theravada and Mahayana traditions.
We offer 100 twiice a year: January and April. It will meet for 6 sessions in 6 months.
Open to buddhists and non-buddhists. No pre-requisites. See web site below.
- Leadership & Spirituality (intermediate)
A continuation of Buddhism 100. and can
be taken as a first course in our series (if you have some limited knowledge of Buddhism). This course will deepen the
knowledge and practices of the Shin Buddhism and the Buddhist Faith Fellowship. Begins October. It will meet for 8 sessions
in 8 months. Open to those who taken Buddhism 100 or equivalent (with approval). See web site.
- Mahayana & Shin Buddhism
A continuation of Buddhism 201. This
course will explore the important Prajnaparamita sutras, Mahayana thought and the teachings and writings of Shinran Shonin
and Rennyo Shonin. Begins September 2012. It will meet for 8 sessions in 8 months. Open to those who taken Buddhism
201 or equivalent (with approval). See web site.
A fascinating look into Pure land scriptures,
Mahayana teachings and Buddhist psychology and western psyschology and neuroscience. Begins September 2012. It will meet
for 8 sessions in 8 months. Open to those who taken Buddhism 201 or equivalent (with approval). See web site.
Buddhism 410 &
Advanced courses thar look into the lay
Buffhist traditions from its inception with the historical Buddha through Shin Buddhism. Begins September. It will meet
for 10 sessions in 10 months. Open to those who taken Buddhism 201 or equivalent (with approval). See web site.
The New England Institute
of Buddhist Studies’ (NEIBS) courses, workshops and seminars meet One-Day-A-Month and have been designed to deepen
your understanding and practice of Shin Buddhism and the whole of the Buddhist tradition.
Click below to view New England Institute of Buddhist Studies online