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The taste of freedom

A practical course in freeing ourselves from what binds us.

Buddhism is about breaking free from a mundane and repetitive cycle. But how do we do that? And what does real freedom mean?

There is a pivotal point on the Buddhist path. The point where we have our first taste of freedom.

 

This point is called "stream entry". It's the stream that leads to the ocean of Enlightenment.

But there are three obstacles that stand in the way. Traditionally, they are called the "three fetters". They're what stop us reaching our full potential.

 

On this course, we look at the three fetters. We see how they play out in everyday life. And we explore ways to loosen and finally break them.

You will receive the book A Taste Of Freedom as part of the course.

Start date: Tuesday 13 September, 7 pm – 9.30 pm (6 Tuesdays)

Format: In person

Cost: £60 (£40 concessions)

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