Dharma Foundation Class

Objectives for Dharma Education: The process of learning Buddhism is in the generation if faith, the cultivation of understanding, the undertaking of the practice and the attainment of realization. Taking refuge is the establishment if faith, and understanding and practicing the Buddha Dharma are the conditions for obtaining benefits and attaining realization. Therefore, attending the Dharma class to understand the Buddha Dharma is an important activity of life! Our Dharma classes place special emphasis on structure and correct views towards Buddha Dharma. Do quickly introduce and encourage your family an friends to sign up for classes today !

To enable all adults to have a chance to equally learn and practise Buddhism, TMBS organises a series of Buddhist lessons tailored for a person who is 18 years old and above.

Chapter 1 Triple Gem
Chapter 2 Kingdom of Kapilavastu
Chapter 3 The Birth of Prince Siddhartha
Chapter 4 Asita’s Prediction
Chapter 5 Prince Siddhartha’s Childhood
Chapter 6 The Wounded Swan
Chapter 7 Prince Siddhartha’s Education
Chapter 8 Learning Martial Art
Chapter 9 The Great Sports Contest
Chapter 10 The Farmlands
Chapter 11 A Trip Outside the Palace
Chapter 12 The Four Sights (I)
Chapter 13 The Four Sights (II)
Chapter 14 Prince Siddhartha’s Aspiration
Chapter 15 The Great Renunciation
Chapter 16 Strange Yogi

Unit 1 Classifications of Buddhism
Unit 2 Six Realms of Existence and Rebirth
Unit 3 Introduction to Karma
Unit 4 Explaining Defilements
Unit 5 Nirvana
Unit 6 Three Practices
Unit 7 Noble Eight-Fold Path
Unit 8 The Three Marks of Existence (I)
Unit 9 The Three Marks of Existence (II)
Unit 10 Twelve Links of Dependent Origination (I)
Unit 11 Twelve Links of Dependent Origination (II)
Unit 12 Four Stages Leading to Arhatship
Unit 13 Discussion (I)
Unit 14 Discussion (II)
Unit 15 Explanation of Buddhist Terminologies (I)
Unit 16 Explanation of Buddhist Terminologies (II)
Unit 17 Buddhists of India (I)
Unit 18 Buddhists of India (II)

Unit 1 Issues in Buddhist Cultivation
Unit 2 Generating Bodhicitta
Unit 3 Five Practices of Lay Buddhists
Unit 4 Introduction to the Six Perfections (I)
Unit 5 Introduction to the Six Perfections (II)
Unit 6 Four Skillful Means
Unit 7 Salient Characteristics of Buddhism
Unit 8 Introduction to the Bodhisattva
Unit 9 Introduction to the Bodhisattva
Unit 10 Pure Land Practice
Unit 11 Chanting and Repentance
Unit 12 Discussion (I)
Unit 13 Discussion (II)
Unit 14 Introduction to Sutras
Unit 15 Buddhists of China (I)
Unit 16 Buddhists of China (II)
Unit 17 Chinese Buddhist Rituals
Unit 18 Buddhist Family