Last year Dharmavidya and Prasada spoke at St James' church, Piccadilly as part of St James' Alternative series of talks. There's now a DVD available and you can view 2 clips from the talk on You Tube.
Buddhist Psychology offers ways to cut through habitual responses.
This retreat will focus on the second and third Noble Truths. We
will look at how we react to afflictions and add onto our suffering
by building the "wall of self". If we can see how our thoughts and
ways create our worlds we can start to do things differently and
walk a path towards a better world. Together we will share and
explore the possibilities.
What are the roots of anger?
This retreat day will focus on looking deeply into our roots of
anger and irritation. We might be surprised at what we find there.
We might be moved and find our anger melts away so that we find new
energy to face the world. Anger is energy, wasted energy that could
be harnessed. We can use this energy to build a Pure Land…….
You are very welcome to join us for the latest addition to the Amida London events schedule - which is a Pureland Study evening that will be taking place every other Tuesday. We will be listenting to recorded dharma talks from Dharmavidya David Brazier, initially the Larger Pureland Sutra series.
Dharmavidya David Brazier, and Prasada Caroline Brazier are to talk at St. James's Church, London on the topic of their most recent books, Who Loves Dies Well and The Other Buddhism.
intuition of a measureless Other lies behind the spiritual experience
of many of us. The practice of opening ourselves to the ever-present
love of Amida is the profound message of Pureland, a form of Buddhism,
until recently, relatively unfamiliar in the West.
St James's Church, 197 Piccadilly, London
Piccadilly Circus tube (south side exit)
For more details: http://www.alternatives.org.uk/Site/Talks.aspx