Rather than a ‘religion’ in the traditional sense, Buddhism is a non-theistic philosophy of the human mind, the nature of reality and human behaviour. It therefore, has clear parallels with neurology, quantum physics and psychology. It is this link between science and Buddhist philosophy which will be discussed and investigated on this course. The aim is to help gain better understanding of this ancient Eastern wisdom and the science which supports it, what it really means for your personal development, how it can aid spiritual growth and increase happiness.
Running once a week from 18:30 until 21:00 for five weeks, from this course you will be able to:
- Have a deeper understanding of Buddhism and Buddhist philosophy with reference and focus on supporting science.
- Have a practical understanding of how to use course information and implement techniques into their own lives to attain higher states of contentment, happiness and spiritual growth.