From Wikipedia: Bhikkhu Anālayo is a Buddhist monk, scholar and meditation teacher. He was born in Germany in 1962, and went forth in 1995 in Sri Lanka. He is best known for his comparative studies of Early Buddhist Texts as preserved by the various early Buddhist traditions.
Organization: Because of our respect for the publishers of this program, we are limiting the number of participants. If you think you would like to participate in this program, please contact me personally and we can see if there are spaces available. We are offering this class through your practice of generosity and any donations will be shared between Wisdomexperience.org, Bhikkhu Analayo and the Bhavana Community. We expect to spend a year taking this course very slowly to savor the material and integrate it into our lives.
Here is the course outline
Lesson 1: Mindful Eating (started April 12)
Lesson 2: Ethics of Mindfulness (started May 10)
Lesson 3: Mindfulness and Compassion (started June 15)
Lesson 4: Embodied Mindfulness (starts July 5)
Lesson 5: Mindfulness and Focused Attention
Lesson 6: Mindfulness and Wisdom
Lesson 7: Bare Awareness
Lesson 8: Mindfulness and Health
Lesson 9: Mindfulness of Death
Lesson 10: Mindfulness in the Buddha’s Quest for Awakening
Lesson 11: Mindfulness in Later Buddhist Traditions
Lesson 12: Contemporary Mindfulness
You will have to contact me directly to participate in this program. We meet Monday nights at 6:00 to meditate and the program for the week begins at 6:30. Since Covid, we have continued on the Zoom platform. Our usual meetings are at the Eastwood Village Community Center, 1312 2 Mile Cir E, Wilmington, NC. For information and online links, contact me at email@example.com. There is no charge for this program but you are invited to make a donation to support our programs and our periodic donations to teachers we support.