The Spiritual Journey from a Buddhist perspective

Susan Child
Sep. 25, 2003
held at: 
University of Waterloo

Susan Child offered this seminar at the University of Waterloo with an audience of approximately 35 persons.

Buddhism is a major world religion yet it has no concept of, or belief in a creator God. The Buddhist teachings focus on freedom from suffering, and the possibility of ‘awakening’. Buddha means ‘awakened one’. What is it that the Buddha awakened to? And how does the spiritual journey unfold from a Buddhist perspective?

Susan Child is a Buddhist practitioner, a meditation teacher and coordinator of the Waterloo Riverview Dharma Centre.