The Four Noble Truths an Online Introduction

A live online video classroom exploring the Ancient Buddhist teachings on the Four Noble Truths , and their relevance to our lives today.  Saturday June 10th    8:00 AM PST-10:30 AM PST

The Four Noble Truths an Online Introduction

June 10th 2017

8:00 am - 10:30 am

Led by Beth Mulligan


This online class will offer participants an exploration of the classic and ancient Buddhist teaching on a way of living and being that has been shown through time tested practices to relieve suffering and create meaning and connection, and is compellingly relevant in our lives today.  In a user friendly video platform we’ll meet live and record the classes as well. We’ll begin with one free overview of the Four Noble truths to set us up for this detailed series on The Fourth Noble truths and the Eightfold path, dates to be announced.


For Beth Mulligan, email or call 760-799-7847

The two and half hour session will include a talk, discussion, Q&A and some guided reflection with a break for mindful movement. After your registration has been confirmed you will recieve an email with detailed  instructions on how to enter the virtual classroom.

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Beth Mulligan

Beth Mulligan

Beth Mulligan, PA-C is a certified MBSR teacher, teacher trainer, and adjunct faculty through the UMASS Center for Mindfulness. She has been teaching MBSR for over a decade to diverse populations; from the critically ill, to non-profit organizations, the underserved, educators, and corporate leaders. She currently teaches at the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine at UCI and Insight LA. Beth teaches the 10-week and nine-day practicum for teachers in training nationally and internationally. Beth is a certified Mindful Self-Compassion teacher and teacher trainer and does international training for the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.

Beth has a background in primary care medicine as a Board Certified Physician Assistant having graduated Magna cum Laude from Duke University and has practiced medicine for over thirty years. She is a long time student of Charles Tenshin Fletcher, Roshi at Yokoji Zen Mountain Center where she has lived in residence. Beth is the Guiding Dharma teacher at Insight Community of the Desert and is a certified yoga instructor.

Beth is the Author of The Dharma of Modern Mindfulness, New Harbinger Publications

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