AMIDA SHU BODHI RETREAT

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AMIDA SHU BODHI RETREAT

Time: December 7, 2017 to December 10, 2017
Location: Amida Mandala Buddhist Temple
Street: 34 Worcester Road
City/Town: Malvern
Website or Map: http://www.amidamandala.com
Phone: 00 44 1684 572444
Event Type: retreat
Organized By: Satya Robyn
Latest Activity: Nov 16, 2017

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Join the Amida Shu sangha for our yearly gathering at the Amida Mandala temple in Malvern, UK. Led by Dharmavidya David Brazier, the retreat will include practice, Dharma talks and a chance to get to know members of the sangha. Always warm and inspiring occasions.

All welcome, regardless of your level of experience. Do email satya@satyarobyn.com for more information. Find out more about Amida Shu practice at www.amidashu.org. ;

10am Thursday 7th to end of Sunday 10th

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Join David Brazier at La Ville au Roi (Eleusis)

Comment by Satya Robyn on September 20, 2017 at 9:56

Cost - £10 a day for food plus dana for Dharmavidya and the temple (a suggested £15 a day or whatever you can afford, whether that's more or less). More info here: http://www.amidamandala.com/bodhi-retreat-2017/

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