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The path that leads to the end of suffering
It's easy to lose sight of what we're doing or what to do in the Buddhist life. How, exactly, do we bring an end to suffering, or more positively put, attain freedom and Enlightenment?

This evening, Suvarnadhi introduces the Noble Eightfold Path.

While it's a topic for a full series in itself (coming soon!), it also completes our series on the Four Noble Truths: there is suffering, a cause of suffering, an end to suffering and a way out. The eightfold path is the way out! You don't need to have attended previous talks in the series to benefit from this one.

Wednesday nights are a place for people who have attended our foundation courses to come together and celebrate community as well as an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the Buddha's teaching, and their understanding of how to practice it. Now back in person at the Centre, they generally include a talk and discussion, followed by a cup of tea and then a meditation in the shrine room.


22 March 2023  7:00pm-9:00pm


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Portrait of Suvarnadhi

Suvarnadhi became the chairperson of the Auckland Buddhist Centre in May 2021, having practised within the Triratna Buddhist Community for around 13…