Light On Buddhism – Talk

with Sarah & Jonothan Abbott , Manly Studio

Welcome to an introductory talk on Buddhism from some of the leading lights on the Dhamma.

If you have ever wanted to understand how to cultivate authentic and long term peace from within, whilst understanding Buddha’s fundamental teachings to the world then this community event is for you!

No matter what life may be presenting, we are able to harness a deep spiritual practice that can transcend the chaos that may appear around us. Light on Buddhism will help you pave the way to creating a lifestyle that promotes a well of inner peace and interconnection with yourself and all things.

Sarah & Jonothan Abbott have been studying and sharing the Buddha’s teachings as preserved in the Theravadin (or Pali language) tradition for over 45 years.

During this time they have given talks on the Dhamma all over the world. For the past 20 years they have also hosted an internet discussion group, which currently has 1000 members and an archive of over 160,000 messages, and which is generally regarded as the most authoritative source of Theravadin Buddhism among the various internet discussion groups.

Sarah & Jonothan are usually based in Hong Kong where they have lived for the last 35 years. Sarah worked until retirement as a psychologist and teacher. Jonothan worked as a lawyer and prior to that lived in Thailand for many years. They both have postgraduate degrees.

At present they are staying in Manly from where they help run Zoom Dhamma discussions for friends in many parts of the world.

Date: 14 Nov 2020

Time: 1pm to 2:30pm

Location: Manly Studio

Cost: $20 non-members, free to members

Meet Sarah and Jonothan

 

Sarah & Jonothan are usually based in Hong Kong where they have lived for the last 35 years. Sarah worked until retirement as a psychologist and teacher. Jonothan worked as a lawyer and prior to that lived in Thailand for many years. They both have postgraduate degrees. At present they are staying in Manly from where they help run Zoom Dhamma discussions for friends in many parts of the world.

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