The 7th Global Conference on Buddhism (GCB) "Buddhist SOLUT

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The 7th Global Conference on Buddhism (GCB) "Buddhist SOLUT

Postby leenz86_mkly » Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:28 am

Dear Friends & Members of Buddhist Fellowship Indonesia,

From the producer of the EXTRAordina-RARE event, “Beautiful HEART, Peaceful MIND”,
BFI & BFI Executive proudly present…

An INTERNATIONAL event on Buddhism for the first time in Indonesia

The 7th Global Conference on Buddhism (GCB)
"Buddhist SOLUTIONS for the Modern TROUBLED Times"


Featuring 11 Buddhist Great Masters & scholars from all around the world
to answer your never-ending, recurring, and unsolved problems and dissatisfaction in life

The prominent speakers are:

∞ Ajahn Brahm ∞ Ajahn Sujato ∞
∞ Ringu Tulku Rinpoche ∞ Master Guo Jun ∞
∞ Bhikkhu Kheminda ∞ Ajahn Brahmali ∞
∞ Ven. Huei Guang ∞ Angie Monksfield ∞
∞ Bhante Jayamedho ∞ Dr. Wong Yin On ∞
∞ Danai Chanchaochai ∞


The 7th GCB covers diverse topics in-depth, including:
Keynote : Fostering peace in multi-religious and multi-cultural communities
Session I : Living without Fear and Anger
Session II : Transcending our Corrupted Mind
Session III : Dealing with Dissatisfaction in Life
Session IV : Living without Guilt and Regret
Session V : Meditation for Worldly and Spiritual Pursuits
Session VI : Death and Rebirth
Session VII : The Righteous Leadership in Buddhism

Why should I attend the 7th GCB?
• Explore prolonged issues & controversies in your life
• Answer how Buddha’s teachings from over 2,500 years ago are still applicable for solving these issues
• All for one big, yet simple, purpose: HAPPINESS

Limited Seats! Be INSPIRED on this 2-Day Conference on
Saturday-Sunday, 10-11 December 2011
Nusa Indah Theatre, Balai Kartini
Jakarta

Registration Package:
1. EARLY BIRD – Regular Seat only (before Oct 1)
BFI/E Members : Rp 500.000 (80 SGD)
Non-BFI/E Member : Rp 750.000 (120 SGD)

2. Regular Seat (starting on Oct 1)
All participants : Rp 1.000.000 (160 SGD)

3. Platinum Donation Seat*: Rp 2.000.000 (320 SGD)

4. Diamond Donation Seat*: Rp 3.000.000 (480 SGD)

* The donation will be used to support GCB, invite members of Sangha and international speakers. In recognition, the participant will get priority seating

All packages include:
 2-Day Conference Pass
 Lunch & Coffee/Tea Break

»» Please contact us to become a BFI/E member ««

Register NOW via ONLINE at http://register.7thgcb.com

Or, BBM BFI/E (Pin: 2796616D)

Or, for Indonesian Visitor. contact:
Secretariat Buddhist Fellowship Indonesia / Executive
+62 21 5292 0965 (Office). Pk 09.00 – 17.00 WIB, Monday - Friday
+62 21 9797 8667 (Esia)
+62 21 2387 5675 (Flexi)
+62 852 8764 1636 (AS). Pk 09.00 – 17.00 WIB, Monday - Friday
Email: registrations@buddhistfellowship.or.id

Or, for international visitor, contact:
Buddhist Fellowship (Singapore)
+65 6278 0900 (Monday-Friday: 10 AM – 8 PM, Saturday-Sunday: 10 AM – 3 PM, Singapore Time)
Email: info@buddhistfellowship.org

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Visit http://www.7thgcb.com
for detailed info on speakers profiles, event schedule, subtopics, and more!


»» To support this event by becoming a sponsor, please call +62 813 8390 4228, or email sponsorship@buddhistfellowship.or.id ««

With Metta,
Secretariat Buddhist Fellowship Indonesia / Executive


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Postby karuna_murti » Fri Sep 23, 2011 7:51 am

Well, it's good to see mandatory "donation", especially when the seat price is above average monthly wage.

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Re: The 7th Global Conference on Buddhism (GCB) "Buddhist SOLUT

Postby Gena1480 » Thu Dec 01, 2011 6:59 am

why don't they teach outside
then the seat will be free.

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Postby manas » Fri Dec 02, 2011 12:22 am

Big events like that cost alot of money to stage, including flying all those monks from around the world and back again, accommodation, etc. If they let everyone in for free, they probably wouldn't even be able to hold it at all.

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Postby Gena1480 » Fri Dec 02, 2011 4:05 am

why is that?
not enough support.
if you let people free
you will get more than you need
the less you take, the more you have
the law of kamma

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Re: The 7th Global Conference on Buddhism (GCB) "Buddhist SOLUT

Postby retrofuturist » Fri Dec 02, 2011 4:10 am

Greetings Manasikara,

manasikara wrote:Big events like that cost alot of money to stage, including flying all those monks from around the world and back again, accommodation, etc. If they let everyone in for free, they probably wouldn't even be able to hold it at all.

What you say is correct. However, you wonder why, in this day and age, some thought couldn't be put towards "videoconferencing" technology. As a bonus, it could be streamed to "audience" members on the web. Lugging Sangha members overseas seems a rather inefficient use of sponsor dana. Surely some local monks/abbots supplemented by video hook-ups from other Sangha members across the globe would be sufficient.

Metta,
Retro. :)
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Re: The 7th Global Conference on Buddhism (GCB) "Buddhist SOLUT

Postby manas » Fri Dec 02, 2011 7:11 am

retrofuturist wrote:Greetings Manasikara,

manasikara wrote:Big events like that cost alot of money to stage, including flying all those monks from around the world and back again, accommodation, etc. If they let everyone in for free, they probably wouldn't even be able to hold it at all.

What you say is correct. However, you wonder why, in this day and age, some thought couldn't be put towards "videoconferencing" technology. As a bonus, it could be streamed to "audience" members on the web. Lugging Sangha members overseas seems a rather inefficient use of sponsor dana. Surely some local monks/abbots supplemented by video hook-ups from other Sangha members across the globe would be sufficient.

Metta,
Retro. :)
Yes, I see your point. Technology has come a long way, maybe these things can indeed be done much more efficiently and with much less expenditure. (I just felt like I had to stop the thread from descending into too much criticism...maybe I should have just left it alone...)

:anjali:

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Re: The 7th Global Conference on Buddhism (GCB) "Buddhist SOLUT

Postby mikenz66 » Mon Dec 05, 2011 6:44 am

Not to drag this too far off topic, but in my experience videoconferencing, though useful, misses the majority of the interaction that one gets at a "real" conference.

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