Special Events

* Oct/Nov/Dec ’20 Book Discussion – We are discussing “The Inner Work of Racial Justice” by Rhonda Magee on the 3rd Wed meeting of Oct 21 (parts 1&2)/Nov 18(parts 3&4)/Dec 16 (part 5). Copies can be purchased from The Book Tavern.

* October 28, 7:30 – 9 pm – Instead of having our regular meeting, we will be joining a special Zoom event that is hosted by the Charlotte Community of Mindfulness and the Deep River Sangha and the Winston-Salem Community of Mindfulness.  The event will be facilitated by Sister Hoc Nghiem (True Practice), Sister Boi Nghiem (True Pearl), and Brother Dao Quy who are monastics from the Magnolia Grove Monastery in Batesville, Mississippi.
**NOTE** Registration for this event is required and can be found via the link above, along with additional details. Please email us at sebuddhist@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Online Dharma Talk & Discussion
* April 15, 7 – 8 pm – We will meet online via Zoom to watch a 30 min excerpt from a recent Dharma talk by Ajahn Brahm titled “Growing from Difficulty,” followed by a 30 min discussion about how difficult experiences have given us deeper insight into ourselves & the nature of life & existence.
Ajahn Brahm (born Peter Betts on August 7, 1951) is a British-Australian Theravada Buddhist monk. Currently he is the Abbot of Bodhinyana Monastery in Serpentine, Western Australia. His teaching is fluid, sometimes humorous, & insightful.
**NOTE** Please email sebuddhist@gmail.com for the Zoom link to join us – link also included in email update.

Zoom (Online) Spring Book Discussion

* March 22, 2 – 3pm – “After the Ecstasy, the Laundry: How the Heart Grows Wise on the Spiritual Path” by Jack Kornfield @ Zoom Video Communications

Please RSVP to sebuddhist@gmail.com & we will send the meeting link.

The discussions are informal & all are welcome!

Book Discussion
* Sun, Dec 22, ’19 2 – 3pmTaking the Leap: Freeing Ourselves from Old Habits & Fears” by Pema Chodron @ The Book Tavern

936 Broad St Suite 101, Augusta, GA 30901

We encourage you to order your copy of the books from The Book Tavern: (706) 826-1940 or booktavern@gmail.com

The discussions, which are held in the upstairs area of The Book Tavern, are informal and ALL are welcome!

**NOTE** While some knowledge of the book/topic generally leads to more fruitful discussion, you may also attend without reading the book! 🙂