Buddhism Study & Practice Group

Wang Center, Stony Brook University

 

VEN. DR. DHAMMADIPA

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2008

9:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Room 301, Wang Center

 

WORKSHOP: THE FOUR SUBLIME ABIDINGS

 

The Ven. Dhammadipa will give teaching and meditation instruction on the Four Sublime Abidings (cattaro brahmavihara) that accompany spiritual development:

 

Loving kindness (metta), compassion (karuna),
sympathetic joy (mudita), and equanimity (upekkha)

 

The Venerable Dr. Sak Dhammadipa is presently director of the Cultural & Educational Center of Massachusetts Budhi Siksa Society, Quincy, MA. Ordained as a Theravada monk in November 1987, he received his BA and MA in Buddhist Studies in Sri Lanka, and his PhD in Buddhist Studies from the University of Bristol, UK. His PhD thesis was on "The Role of Mindfulness of Breathing in the Early Canon and Abhidhamma/ Abhidharma." He reads in Chinese, Japanese, Pali, Sanskrit, French, etc.

Please arrive early and bring your meditation cushion.
FREE FOR STUDENTS

$20 teacher's donation suggested for non-students

To register, contact Sheila asriversflow@yahoo.com

Sponsored by BSPG http://www.sinc.sunysb.edu/Clubs/buddhism/

and The Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University

For campus directions : http://ws.cc.sunysb.edu/doit/maps.html