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Timber Hawkeye Dharma Talk: “Pain Is Inevitable, Suffering is Optional” with a Q&A

We are very happy to announce that we will have Timber Hawkeye, who wrote two books: Buddhist Boot Camp and Faithfully Religionless, as our guest via SKYPE during our Discussion time (8-9PM) on April 10th, 2017. All are welcome to join us for … Continue reading

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Join us for Visiting Teacher 3/13/2017

Dear Sangha Friends, We are pleased to announce that Beverly Sanford, who is an ordained teacher and long time meditator with the Princeton Buddhist Meditation Group, will be visiting us in Yardley on Monday, 3/13/2017. Beverly is looking forward to … Continue reading

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The Five Skandhas

The Five Skandhas: Heaps? Aggregates? How about “Rivers of experience?” The skandhas can be thought of as the  components that come together to make an individual, a sense of self, an “I” or “me”. Everything that we think of as “I” … Continue reading

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