The Dhamma, as a path to human liberation and communal harmony, must encompass our individual, relational and social nature. As intrinsically social animals, much of our suffering arises in relation to other people. It is in this relationship that a sense of self is generated. It is in this relationship that language emerges from which we construct a world. If it is in this relationship that our suffering arises, then here too can we find our path to release and social flourishing.
Harnesses the power of mutual support and our responsiveness to others in service of clear understanding and release.
Supports us to enter into the Buddha’s teachings directly, layer by layer, experiencing them in the immediacy of the moment.