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- Publisher: Triratna (23 April 2013)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CHVQ0WW
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- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
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Triratna Dharma Training Course Year 2 Kindle Edition
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Priced at just 77p* this is cheap, cheap, cheap, and the teaching for the 4-year course is absolutely free*. What's in the book then? It’s 395 pages long! so a lot to cover in a year. You will cover, among other things, Sangharaskita’s interpretation of the eightfold path (don't buy the book! it is just a transcript, just listen to it on free Buddhist audio instead, you don’t need to pay anything*). A book by Dhivan Jones' 'This being that becomes'. Which you do have to pay for I think, but is cheap*. Directions to listen to Dhammadinna’s 'mindturning' talks (an unfortunate phrase if there ever was one, be ready to pinch yourself), on free* Buddhist audio again, and a list of questions to discuss what was said (if you managed to stay fully conscious that is).
The debates you will have! During the unit ‘Masculinity’ and ‘Femininity’ in the Spiritual Life (pg 283 you will be asked to answer such questions as:
‘4. What is tolerance? How does it differ from pseudo-egalitarianism?’
Eh, what guv? Can't you speak English innit and not all these funny Sanskrit words I doan understan.
And, also on pg 283:
‘8. ‗The bodhisattva can be described as psychologically and spiritually bisexual, integrating the masculine and the feminine at every level of his or her psychological and spiritual experience.‘ (p.Read more ›