2022 Self study courses

Philosophy as a Way of Life

Explore the striking parallels between early Buddhism and Hellenistic philosophy…

John Peacock  & Stephen Batchelor

€30 

 

 

 

 

Self and Not-Self

What does it mean to be a person? How we can flourish as the ethical person we aspire to be.

John Peacock  & Stephen Batchelor

€50

 

 

 

 

Mindfulness and its Family

Developing the qualities of mindfulness, kindness, compassion, joyfulness and equanimity.

Christina Feldman

€25

Christina Feldman

 

 

 

 

Pleasure, Liking and Craving: Buddhist Psychological Perspectives

Akincano and Christoph

This day-long online seminar helps to clarify desire as understood in Western and Buddhist psychologies. 

€20 

AkincanoChristoph Kock

Thinking Out Loud series: Autumn 2020

  • The Making of a Self:
    Christina Feldman
  • Early Buddhism and the Existential Dilemma:
    Stephen Batchelor
    &
    John Peacock
  • Stages of Awakening – Stream Entry:
    Christina Feldman &
    Chris Cullen 
  • Emptiness and Fullness:
    Martine Batchelor
    &
    Jake Dartington

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Bodhi College Day of Celebration and Discovery

Early Buddhism for Today

Stephen Batchelor, Martine Batchelor, Christina Feldman, Akincano Weber, Chris Cullen, Christoph Köck & John Peacock

Sessions include a panel discussion on study and practice, dialogue on Rebirth and break-out sessions on Universal Empathy, Greek Philosophy and Early Buddhism, as well as Buddhism and the Secular Mindfulness World

£25

Thinking Out Loud: Conversations on Early Buddhism

12 themes related to Early Buddhism are each explored by two Bodhi college teachers, with follow-up Q&A.

Self-study recordings – choose individual themes or all 12.

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Themes:

  • The Brahma Viharas
  • Gotama and Socrates on Ethics
  • Radical Awareness
  • The urgency of the heart
  • The Art of Solitude
  • Knowledge, Insight, Embodiment
  • Pleasure, Liking and Craving
  • Finding Refuge in Difficult Times
  • What is Enlightenment?
  • Knowing how it feels
  • The Factors of Awakening
  • The Buddha’s Middle Way

Mindfulness: Origins, Purpose & Transformational Power

Explore the religious, philosophical, and psychological dimensions of mindfulness within the context of early Buddhism.

Self-study online course with Tricycle: the Buddhist Review

Christina Feldman, Akincano Weber, John Peacock & Stephen Batchelor

$129

Christina FeldmanAkincano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Four Noble Truths

Understand the Buddha’s core teaching: an essential roadmap for navigating suffering.

Self-study online course with Tricycle: the Buddhist Review

Christina Feldman, Akincano Weber, John Peacock & Stephen Batchelor

$129

Christina FeldmanAkincano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Secular Dharma

Investigate a path beyond reactivity – an encompassing vision for understanding and practising dharma in the contemporary world. 

Self-study online course run in collaboration with Tricycle: the Buddhist Review magazine – with Martine and Stephen Batchelor

$129 

Martine Batchelor

 

 

 

Universal Empathy

A Fresh Look at the Qualities of the Heart: Kindness, appreciative joy, compassion, and equanimity enrich our lives and allow us to be flourishing, creative, dynamic people.

Self-study online course with Tricycle: the Buddhist Review – with Christina Feldman and Chris Cullen

$129

Christina Feldman Chris Cullen

 

 

 

Knowing How It Feels: Creatively Engaging with Habits

What’s the secret to changing our habits? Discover the liberating power of mindfulness of feeling tone. 

Self-study online course run in collaboration with Tricycle: the Buddhist Review
– with Martine Batchelor

$129

Martine Batchelor