On course

I’m really starting to feel at home at the Triratna centre.  I’m starting to feel like I belong, which can only be a good thing.

Anyway, I’ve just signed up for their Introduction to Buddhism course. Even though I’ve been reading a lot about Buddhism, I think it will do me good to look at the basics in a more ordered,  guided way. The course should also give me more insight into the Triratna way of doing things, which I’m looking forward to.

I find myself increasingly leaning towards Triratna as a potential “home base” within Buddhism, but I also want to make sure I keep my link with the Tibetan tradition (and any others I may come across). You can never have too much knowledge, after all,  and no single Buddhist tradition has all the answers.


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