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Ajahn Brahmali and Ajahn Sujato are not just forest monks but authoritative scholars actively researching early Buddhist history trying to get an authentic understanding of who the Buddha was and the events surrounding his life by investigating multiple sources, including the discourses of all major Buddhist traditions. This course won’t just enlighten the listener about the early Buddhist world and who the real historical Buddha was, but will cast these events in a fresh light free from the dogma of any one Buddhist school.

Please download articles related to the course using the links given.

Early Buddhism Course Schedule

Early Buddhism 1 PDF

Early Buddhism 2 PDF

Early Buddhism 3 PDF

Early Buddhism 4 PDF

Early Buddhism 5 PDF

Early Buddhism 6 PDF


Workshop 1 | Session 1 | 23 February 2013


Workshop 1 | Session 2 | 23 February 2013


Workshop 1 | Session 3 | 23 February 2013


Workshop 2 | Session 1 | 23 February 2013


Workshop 2 | Session 2 | 23 February 2013


Workshop 2 | Session 3 | 23 February 2013


Workshop 3 | Session 1 | 27 April 2013


Workshop 3 | Session 2 | 27 April 2013


Workshop 3 | Session 3 | 27 April 2013


Workshop 4 | Session 1 | 25 May 2013


Workshop 4 | Session 2 | 25 May 2013


Workshop 4 | Session 3 | 25 May 2013


Workshop 5 | Session 1 | 25 May 2013


Workshop 5 | Session 2 | 22 June 2013


Workshop 5 | Session 3 | 22 June 2013


Workshop 6 | Session 1 | 27 July 2013


Workshop 6 | Session 2 | 27 July 2013


Workshop 6 | Session 3 | 27 July 2013

All of the audios are present, but unfortunately not all of the videos are present.

Workshop 1 (Sessions 1-3) 

Workshop 2 (Sessions 1-3) 

Workshop 3 (Sessions 1-3):

 

Workshop 3 (Sessions 1-2) – apologies more workshop 3 classes, but we are unsure why they are the same titles as above. 

 

Workshop 3: What the suttas say. A general overview of how the suttas describe karma and rebirth. (Session 1 of 2)

Workshop 3: What the suttas say. A general overview of how the suttas describe karma and rebirth. (Session 2 of 2)

Workshop 4 (Sessions 1-3) 

Workshop 4: The Evidence. Are rebirth and karma just traditional Buddhist ideas, or is there any evidence to substantiate them? (Session 1 of 3)

Workshop 4: The Evidence. Are rebirth and karma just traditional Buddhist ideas, or is there any evidence to substantiate them? (Session 2 of 3)

Workshop 4: The Evidence. Are rebirth and karma just traditional Buddhist ideas, or is there any evidence to substantiate them? (Session 3 of 3)

 

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