A way to Nirvan…


Amitabha Buddhist Society is Organized an International Buddhist Educational Program of two days, with support of the Maiterya Buddhist University Argentina. On behalf of Amitabha Buddhist Society and Maitreya Buddhist University.

I would like to invite you to join this program which will held in Pune Maharashtra, India.

PRESIDENT – Buddhist Master Maitreya
Registration Form for 1st Semester, Pune
After becoming a Master in Oriental Philosophy specialized in Buddhism, Buddhist Master Maitreya founded in 2005 the Maitreya Buddhist University, which is an Analytical Existential Libertarian School dedicated to a cutting-edge teaching to students throughout Latin America and the rest of the world.

Considering the Buddhist Spirituality (Buddha-Dharma-Sangha) as an articulation of Psychology-Philosophy-Politics, Buddhist Master Maitreya has specialized in these fields, graduating in Social Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Philosopher and Political Scientist, and being a professional member of international associations from each of these disciplines. He also has Doctorates and Master Degrees in Metaphysical Philosophy, Paranormal Psychology, Alternative Medicine, Esotericism, Transpersonal Therapy, Analytical Psychology and Eastern Psychology.

After devoting several years to the teaching of an articulation between Buddhism and Western Philosophy, by the end of 2007, Buddhist Master Maitreya publicly announced the creation of the Zen Psychoanalysis, which was successfully presented at international conferences and in trainings in psychoanalysis. In 2009 he taught the first Training in Buddhist Psychoanalysis, which was presented as a new revolutionary branch of Buddhism and especially adapted to the XXI century. After finishing his process of Awakening, he began writing his work on Reconciling Spirituality, which currently has more than 3000 pages, and it includes the development of other movements such as Buddhist Existentialism and Buddhist Socialism, thus complying with the necessary requirements for an advanced Buddhist Spirituality of a metapsychological, metaphilosophical and metapolitical nature (Buddha-Dharma-Sangha).

In 2011, Buddhist Master Maitreya left Buenos Aires, and he moved to the city of Necochea where he has created the Shangri-La Buddhist Temple and he establishes the Maitreya Buddhist University in a rural area, transmiting Meditation practices and cutting-edge teachings. At the end of 2012, he founds the World Association of Buddhism (WBA) and became its President, announcing the creation of a Seventh Council which is willing to update the Buddhist Spirituality. Thus, in January of 2013, within the framework of the World Association of Buddhism, Buddhist Master Maitreya announced the creation of a New Way of Buddhism under the name of Maitriyana: The Way of Reconciliation.

However, this form of Buddhist Spirituality differs from both the “Western Buddhism” and the “New Buddhism” because it transcends the distinctions between East and West and between the Ancient and the New. In fact, the Maitriyana is a Reconciling Spirituality which transcends and incorporates all the disciplines within one postmodern expression for the future of humanity. Paradoxically, the World Association of Buddhism has been very well welcomed, receiving acknowledgments and having headquarters in India.

But the excellence of this organization comes precisely from its constant activity, generating multiple projects according to its Purpose (Dharma). From here, Maitreya Buddhist University began to teach in English and started to establish educational covenants with institutions from around the world. Also, the World Association of Buddhism started dialogue projects with thinkers, scientists, artists and religious, such as Morin, Zizek, Barenboim, the Dalai Lama, Pope Francis I and Stephen Hawking. Furthermore, in order to avoid war in different countries, it was even established a successful communication with presidents such as Obama, Putin, Maduro and Bashar al-Assad. By such revolutionary activity in favour of peace, the Buddhist field has awarded to Buddhist Master Maitreya with the “Gautama Peace Prize”.

At the same time, the Maitriyana has also been very well accepted, so different spiritual distinctions have been presented to Buddhist Master Maitreya, such as a Dharmic Recognition from the Theravada, support that derived in the creation of the International Association of Maitriyana, being founded several Maitriyana temples in India. Moreover, the Maitriyana has presented several Peace Projects to countries such as Syria, India, Irak, Ukraine, Tibet, Burma and USA.

However, even with all these achievements, Buddhist Master Maitreya has never lost his passion for the knowledge and wisdom, reason why he continued developing revolutionary projects such as the presentation of the “First Council Mahayana-Theravada”, the model of “Purna Buddhism”, the theories about the “Future of Ch’an”, the framework of “Perennial Buddhism” and the “Buddhas Project”.

One of the last activities was to assume the presidency of the World Association of Buddhist Universities & Progressive Education (WABUPE), organization with a journal called “Journal of Evolution of Buddhist Spirituality”.

Finally, the Buddhist Master Maitreya has founded the International Association of Buddhist Socialism in India, creating Political Dialogue projects with organizations and countries such as United Nations (UN), Cuba, China, International Court of Justice, India and North Korea.

PROGRAM OF TWO DAYS

  1. Teacher in Buddhist Psychology – 21st – 22nd November 2015
  2. Teacher in Buddhist Philosophy – 25th – 26th November 2015
  3. Teacher in Buddhist Politics – 28th – 29th November 2015

CONVENTION FEES

The fee for each course of two days is as follows:

Registration before 15th October 2015: U.S $ 225/-
Registration after 15th to till 31st October 2015: U.S $ 400/-

Note: Fees will be exempted under income tax act 80G 1961 for Indian delegates.

THE FEES INCLUDES

Full participation in the course. Free of all living accommodations including living rooms, vegetarian food, morning tea, breakfast, lunch, evening tea, dinner etc.

METHOD OF PAYMENT

All payments by Bank Draft, Cheques, or NEFT Transfer Payable to

Amitabha Buddhist Society
A/C No. 60059068952
Bank of Maharashtra,
Dapodi Branch, Pune 411012
IFSC code: MAHB0000114
SWIFT CODE/BIC/ MAHBINBBOCP

Note: We will send a payment receipt by email within 48 hours.

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Maitreya Buddhist University Offer Studies

PROPOSED SEMESTER LEVEL

  • SEMESTER 1: TEACHER IN BUDDHISM
  • SEMESTER 2: PROFESSOR IN BUDDHISM
  • SEMESTER 3: DOCTORATE IN BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY
  • SEMESTER 4: DOCTORATE IN BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY
  • SEMESTER 5: DOCTORATE IN BUDDHIST POLITICS

MAITREYA BUDDHIST UNIVERSITY offers the following studies:-

DEPARTMENT OF BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY

  1. Ph.D. in Buddhist Philosophy
  2. Teacher in Buddhist Philosophy
  3. Professor in Zen Buddhism
  4. Master in Perennial Philosophy

DEPARTMENT OF BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY

  1. Ph.D. in Buddhist Psychology
  2. Teacher in Buddhist Psychology
  3. Professor in Buddhist Analytic Therapy
  4. Master in Transpersonal Psychology
  5. Postgraduate in Mindfulness and Meditation
  6. Ph.D. in Mindfulness and Transpersonal Psychology

DEPARTMENT OF BUDDHIST POLITICS

  1. Ph.D. in Buddhist Politics
  2. Teacher in Integral Spirituality
  3. Professor in Buddhist Political Science
  4. Master in Buddhism
  5. Ph.D. in Liberation Mystical Theology

DEPARTMENT OF WESTERN PSYCHOLOGYS

  1. Ph.D. in Psychoanalysis
  2. Master in Spiritual Psychoanalysis
  3. Teacher in Lacanian Psychoanalysis
  4. Professor in Psychoanalysis and Philosophy
  5. Ph.D. in Analytical Existential Psychology
  6. Postgraduate in Existential Analysis
  7. Counselor in Jungian Psychology

DEPARTMENT OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY

  1. Ph.D. in Existential Philosophy
  2. Teacher in Existential Philosophy
  3. Professor in Quantum Philosophy
  4. Ph.D in Quantum Philosophy
  5. Master in Contemporary Philosophy

DEPARTMENT OF WESTERN POLITICS

  1. Ph.D. in Libertarian Politics
  2. Teacher in Human Rights Journalism
  3. Professor in Social Economy and Ecology
  4. Master in Sociology and Anthropology

DEPARTMENT OF TRADITIONAL BUDDHISM

  1. Master in Advanced Buddhist Studies
  2. Master in Saijojo Zen
  3. Master in Dzogchen
  4. Master in Theravada Spirituality
  5. Master in Mahayana Spirituality
  6. Teacher in Chan Buddhism
  7. Teacher in Pure Land Buddhism
  8. Teacher in Nichiren Buddhism
  9. Teacher in Vajrayana Buddhism
  10. Teacher in Socially Engaged Spirituality

DEPARTMENT OF MAITRIYANA BUDDHISM

  1. Master in Maitriyana Buddhism
  2. Teacher in Buddhist Psychoanalysis
  3. Teacher in Buddhist Humanism
  4. Teacher in Buddhist Transpersonalism
  5. Teacher in Buddhist Existencialism
  6. Teacher in Buddhist Stoicism
  7. Teacher in Buddhist Relativism
  8. Teacher in Buddhist Socialism
  9. Teacher in Buddhist Anarchism
  10. Teacher in Buddhist Ecumenism

DEPARMENT OF WISDOM STUDIES

  1. Teacher in Vedanta
  2. Teacher in Yoga Teacher in Shamanism
  3. Teacher in Daoism
  4. Teacher in Confucionism
  5. Teacher in Kabbalah
  6. Teacher in Sufism
  7. Teacher in Orientalism
  8. Teacher in Western Philosophy
  9. Teacher in Communism
  10. Teacher in Esotericism
  11. Teacher in Scientific Parapsychology
  12. Teacher in Social Psychology