Watch a 2-Part Teaching Series: “The Life and Teachings of the Buddha” and “Considering Shunyata (Emptiness)”

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View this two-part teaching series from Dana Sawyer, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Religion, Maine College of Art.

This teaching series is made available to all free of charge! If you would like to support the work of the Siddhartha School Partnership, click the button below. All proceeds from this teaching series benefit the Siddhartha School’s Fund for Teachers

The Life and Teachings of the BuddhaSeptember 29, 2021, 7:30-9 PM ET – Professor Sawyer introduces the life and teachings of the Buddha. This 90-minute lecture will shed light on the auspicious origins of Buddhism. What is the essence of the Buddha’s teaching? Find out in this informative and entertaining lecture.

Considering Shunyata (Emptiness)September 30, 2021, 7:30-9 PM ET – Professor Sawyer considers Shunyata. Perhaps the least understood of all the Buddha’s teachings involves the concept of Shunyata or “emptiness.”  What does it mean, and why is it so important to understand?

The Siddhartha School Partnership presents a lecture from Dana Sawyer, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Religion, Maine College of Art. Join us via ZOOM as Professor Sawyer introduces the life and teachings of Buddha. This 90 minute lecture will shed light on the auspicious origins of Buddhism. This lecture is the first of a 2-part series that Professor Sawyer will present free of charge. Join us for his dharma teaching on the topic of Shunyata (emptiness).

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