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Morality - The Vehicle to Enlightenment

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In the Buddhist teaching, morality (sila) is emphasised as an important base on which one’s practice is developed. In the talk, Simon Neale will discuss what morality means in Buddhism, why it is an important part of the teachings and how it helps on the path to enlightenment. Simon will also talk about the Buddhist method of determining whether an action is helpful or not, and practical ways of cultivating morality. The session also includes a guided meditation.

This talk is part of the “Gradual Path to Awakening” talk series given by Simon Neale.

Simon is an experienced meditator and this will be a great chance to learn about Buddhist practice from a very good teacher.

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This talk is part of the Buddhist Society Talks series.

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