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Mo., 18. Sept.

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https://sangha.live/daily-meditation/

Sangha Live Daily Meditation - Understanding Suffering

Dukkha, often translated as suffering, is a central concept in the Buddha's teachings. This has led some to view Buddhism as adopting a negative outlook on life. But is this true? Why did the Buddha emphasise suffering (dukkha) and what does he mean by this concept?

Sangha Live Daily Meditation - Understanding Suffering
Sangha Live Daily Meditation - Understanding Suffering

Zeit & Ort / Time & Place

18. Sept. 2023, 08:00 – 22. Sept. 2023, 09:00

https://sangha.live/daily-meditation/

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Dukkha, often translated as suffering, is a  central concept in the Buddha's teachings. This has led some to view  Buddhism as adopting a negative outlook on life. But is this true? Why  did the Buddha emphasise suffering (dukkha) and what does he mean by  this concept? This week of practice we will take an in-depth look into  the first noble truth around dukkha. This exploration can help us  cultivate compassion, as well as extending it to the larger community.  It can free us from feelings of shame and a sense of failure, and bring a  fresh perspective on our practice.

These  live classes begin at 7am GMT / 8am CET each morning. Replays will be  posted in Sangha Live’s dharma library for viewers in other time zones.

Learn more & register for Daily Meditation via this link:

sangha.events/Ulla18Sep

Visit Sangha Live’s website: sangha.live

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