SHAKYAMUNI BUDDHA'S LIFE AND HIS SEARCH FOR THE PATH
A SERIES OF FOUR FREE TO ATTEND TALKS AT CHOMON HOUSE
Sarting Wed 23rd Jan
8.00-9.30pm every other Wednesday evening over eight weeks
2nd RUN OF THE ACCLAIMED CHOMON HOUSE
SHOSHINGE DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM
A LINE BY LINE ANNANALIS WITH
STRUCTURED CHANTING GUIDENCE PRACTICE
through email and downloaded audio clips
Term 1 (of 2) begins when the first study session notes with audio clips and chanting guidance are emailed to participants 1st April 2019
Term 2 (of 2) begins when the first study session notes with audio clips and chanting guidance are emailed to participants 12th August 2019
Participants will then be emailed structured ongoing sessions with audio clips and chanting guidance every other week through till 8th July 2019
Participants will then be emailed structured ongoing sessions with audio clips and chanting guidance every other week through till 9th December 2019
(17 study sessions in total)
Enrollment fee: £150
Includes the postal delivery of the following five publications to all participants:
The Collected Works of Shinran, Volume I and II, published by Jōdo Shinshū Hongwanji-ha, Kyoto, Japan. (CWS)
Song of True Shinjin and Three Pure Land Poems written by Gutoku Shinran.
Shinshū Gongyōshū published by Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii –Collection of Shinshu Services, published originally by the IABC.
Jōdo Service Book. Revised Edition published by the Hongwanji International Centre.
All participants will also be sent an electronic copy of the complete text to Rev Hisao Inagaki’s The Way of Nembutsu-Faith, A Commentary on Shinran’s Shoshinge Hymn of True Faith and Nembutsu which is now out of print and difficult to obtain.
CONDENSED VERSION OF
THE SHOSHINGE DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM
STARTING 1st FEBUARY 2019
Same course as above, at the same price and with same concessions for those who may already own any of the essential course reference publications
[download PDF document SSSdoc1 for full details] but condensed into 17 consecutive weeks.
Starting Fri 1st February 2019 and running through (with no breaks) until 24th May 2019.
Study notes, assignments and audio clips emailed to participants every Friday between those dates.
|Enroll now through the chomonhouse.org Pay Point Page
TOKUDO BASICS RESIDENTIAL WEEKEND RETREAT
These study retreats will be organized around the needs of the attendees.
A series of five pre-tokudo (ordination) study retreats at Chomon House held on the second weekend in every month between now and May 2019.
First session starts on the Friday 11th January and runs through to the following Sunday evening (13th).
FREE ACCOMODATION. See 'OVERNIGHT GUESTS' below.
If you are not able to attend every study session on every day of the weekend, you are nevertheless welcomed to come and go as and when you are able.
Simply email email@example.com or phone 02380 837145 to confirm the times/days you wish to attend.
OVERNIGHT GUESTS Hidden away behind a screen in the corner of the Dojo there are two single beds that can be flipped down for overnight stays for those that may have traveled great distances to attend any of our Buddhist meetings and events. Furthermore, one of the rooms on the second floor of Chomon House is furnished to be a self-contained guest room suitable for overnight or longer stays. And finally, a bed settee in the upstairs office can be opened up to sleep two more if necessary and thus, Chomon House can accommodate a up to five overnight guests at any one time.
PURE LAND NOTES Since 2008, Chomon House has published a widely (world-widely!) distributed quarterly Shin Buddhist journal called Pure Land Notes. Due not in the least to the consistency and continuity of its engagement in the transmission and indeed introduction of Shin Buddhism to the UK in around 1977, PLN has evolved to become a meeting place for those unable to attend our Thursday night 'core-group' gatherings at Chomon House. Those that subscribe to the journal represent the vast majority of the membership of the SBFUK. Please click/tap here >purelandnotes.com< or on the links above and below for details.
In 2012 Chomon House resident Gary Robinson became a ordained as Jodo Shinshu Buddhist priest and given the title and name Reverend Daichi by the Nishi Hongwanji organization in Kyoto, Japan. Following this, Chomon House was given the honor of organizing the 17th biennial European Shin Buddhist Conference. To coincide with this significant event Chomon House became designated as the national H.Q. of the Shin Buddhist Fellowship UK. The International Association of Buddhist Culture, Kyoto, Japan
supports the Shin Buddhist Fellowship UK. Chomon House, 6 Southcliff
Road, Southampton SO14 6FH.