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
David and Caroline Brazier presented a session as part of the De Montfort University Cultural Exchanges Programme 2008 called "Writing Abour Spirituality in a Secular Age". Caroline read an extract from the manuscipt of the new book that she completed writing this week.
David read some of his poetry. Both talked about the history of their involvement in writing and the influences of spirituality, psychology and the arts on their work. The session was chaired by Kaspalita Thompson.
Hosted by Amida Sheffield, Dharmavidya, Prasada, accompanied by Modgala, gave readings of their new books, Who Loves Dies Well, and The Other Buddhism last night, 33 people attended, and the event was a great success.