FROM MINDFULNESS BACK TO HEARTFULNESS

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FROM MINDFULNESS BACK TO HEARTFULNESS

Time: May 18, 2019 to May 19, 2019
Location: Belgium
Website or Map: http://www.debroeikas.be/doe/…
Phone: info@debroeikas.be
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: De Broeikas
Latest Activity: Feb 16

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led by David Brazier

There is currently a great fashion for mindfulness, which is helping many people to cope with or reduce stress. All to the good. However, what we now call mindfulness is derived from a more comprehensive and deeper teaching originally given by Shakyamuni Buddha which was not just about immediate awareness but about the transformation of the whole of life. In this seminar we shall look at and hear about some of these original teachings and practices. Buddhists celebrate the Dharma with chanting, contemplation and ceremonial as well as through arts, architecture and lifestyle, so we shall look at the ways that heartfulness can be expressed traditionally and in the modern world and how it can be a force for peace personally and collectively, in our lives and in the world.

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Posted by David Brazier on March 15, 2019 at 16:59 2 Comments

We have just had our first Eleusis Seminar on the theme of the Philosophy of Taoism.

Sixteen people took part and from immediate feedback it seems to have been a great success.

We shall do more.

There is a second meeting of a more open kind this evening.

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