Reading & Reflecting - An Alumni Book Club


Stoke the fires of what interests you using contemporary texts from
divergent views around the subject of awareness practices. 
Have a rich yarn with your peers.


Who is this for? 

For people with an interest in mindfulness and those who have completed Level I or Level II training and beyond, even if you do not yet teach.

Why? 

To enhance our understanding of mindfulness, its gifts and complexities and to explore the implications for our practice.

How? 

Commit to one book at a time.
One hour fifteen minute sessions via Zoom.

Location: 

At your place

Structure: 

Sit, Explore, Reflect , Sit

Typical session reflections:

What resonated with you?
What questions do you have that we can grapple with together?
What do you see as implications for your practice?


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Term 3 2019 - Second Book 

Why Buddhism is True by Robert Wright

Day: 

Tuesdays

Time: 

6:00 - 7:15 pm (AEST)   

Details: 

Chapters 1 - 3 : July 23, 2019 

Chapters 4 - 7 : August 6, 2019 

Chapters 8 - 10 : August 20, 2019 

Chapters 11 - 13 : September 3, 2019

Chapters 14 - 16 : September 10, 2019


Zoom Host: 

Pamela Lovell

Fee: $50


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Term 4 2019 - Third Book 

A Gradual Awakening by Stephen Levine

Day:

Tuesday

Time:

6:00 - 7:15 pm (AEST)   

Details:

15 October 2019 - Chapters 1 - 7 

29 October 2019 - Chapters 8 - 18 

12 November 2019 - Chapters 19 - 30

*Chapters are short and around 50 pages or so in total each time


Zoom Host: 

Pamela Lovell

Fee: $50

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Mindfulness Training Institute - Australia & New Zealand (MTI)