The course will consist of select chapter readings and an end of week report submitted
on Sundays for review by other participants as well as our Lay Minister facilitators.
A special online discussion group will be set up in our online community for the
class where participants will be able to upload reports and engage in lively discussions.
These reports are a way to reflect on the readings and develop a brief comment or
statement about how that teaching made an impact on you.
The course will be facilitated by Bright Dawn Center Lay Ministers, who will also
be available for questions, comments, or friendly dialogue.
There will be also be two teleconference calls for each course. One will take place
at the third week mark to discuss Three Points that stood out during the first three
The second call will be at the end of the course and focus on the Overview and Five
Points or “nuggets of wisdom” from all the readings.
You will be presented with a Syllabus for each book, breaking down the reading assignments,
and an Order of Reports for the call in session. Upon successful completion of the
reading and assignments, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from
the Bright Dawn Center of Oneness Buddhism.
Additionally, we invite you to consider participating in our 21 Day Gassho practice
to enrich your experience as you discover The Way of Oneness.
There are no course fees but donations can be made to the Bright Dawn Center. (Donations
can be made on our main page.)
Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) to join our course or if you have any
questions regarding the course.
Discover the Way of Oneness course will be offered twice in 2018.
First class begins March 25th and the second class will be held in the Fall of 2018.
Space is limited.
Discover The Way of Oneness
Presented by the Bright Dawn Center of Oneness Buddhism
Our twelve week Discover The Way of Oneness course allows participants to gain both
an introduction to Buddhism but also a deeper look at the Way of Oneness as presented
by the Bright Dawn Center. The goal of the course is focused more on developing a
personal spiritual journey rather than scholarly study. Whether a seasoned practitioner
or completely new to Buddhism, this course will be engaging and can surely add to
your everyday spiritual practice.