Prajnatara Teresa Bryant
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ITZI Conference 2019: No Pearl without Grit

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"Good morning Carol, I send you a message via email. Given your initial prompt reply on this site, I am checking in to make sure the email arrived? Just wanting to make sure our lines of communication are functioning as expected!   Wishing…"
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"Hi Prajna, I would love to connect.  You can also email me at carol.anne.english at gmail dot com.  It would be so exciting if we could start doing Buddhist psychology courses at New Life! Carol"
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I am a priest with the Order of Amida Buddha and have been guided by Dharmavidya for the past several years. I have been blessed on three occasions to spend time at Eleusis. I am founder of Amida Mosaic, an organization providing education, guidance and inspiration to those interested in Pureland Buddhism and Zen Therapy. Currently, I am also the Director of Supportive Care at St. Joseph's Hospice in London, ON.
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Bodhi Day Retreat ~ Canada

Posted on December 14, 2015 at 3:29 0 Comments

Friends,
Yesterday,  the Amida Mosaic Sangha celebrated Bodhi Day.  Our day included morning service, sitting meditation and chanting.  Additionally, James led us on a mindful nature walk and Nancy led us in sacred movement. We also enjoyed two Dharma talks by Dharmavidya (Bodhi Day 2014 and this years first talk).  Also, Stephen, our guest from Connecticut, shared a few…
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At 19:34 on March 17, 2018, Carol English said…

Hi Prajna,

I would love to connect.  You can also email me at carol.anne.english at gmail dot com. 

It would be so exciting if we could start doing Buddhist psychology courses at New Life!

Carol

At 15:32 on January 24, 2013, David Brazier said…

Prajna, of course you look like a mandala - but only to those of us with the special vision to see it - one is supposed to keep these things hush hush you know :-)

At 13:51 on January 24, 2013, David Brazier said…

Delighted to have you here. Namo Amida Bu!

 
 
 

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Running a Course in Korea and Elsewhere

Posted by David Brazier on August 3, 2018 at 1:40 0 Comments

I am currently leading courses on Buddhist psychology here in Seoul, Korea, but as I am putting the course onto this site as we go along, members of La Ville au Roi (Eleusis) are also responding so it is a bit as though the course is going on in several countries at the same time which is nice.

Varlam Shalamov

Posted by Geeta Chari on July 16, 2018 at 0:00 1 Comment

From The Paris Review:

For fifteen years the writer Varlam Shalamov was imprisoned in the Gulag for participating in “counter-revolutionary Trotskyist activities.” He endured six of those years enslaved in the gold mines of Kolyma, one of the coldest and most hostile places on earth. While he was awaiting sentencing, one of his short stories was…

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The Buddha, Season 1, Episode 1

Posted by Geeta Chari on June 29, 2018 at 9:21 1 Comment

I have been watching The Buddha on Netflix, and although I came well-prepared to scoff, there is a surprising amount of food for thought from a Pureland perspective. What follows is a review of the Pureland touches in the episode, coloured inevitably by my upbringing in India, although I have now lived in Britain for more than half my life.

The scene opens in the republic of Kapilavastu, depicted as a green and pleasant land, with the Himalayan mountains as a backdrop. (I was…

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Nembutsu Question

Posted by Dayamay Dunsby on April 20, 2018 at 8:22 1 Comment

I found this in a book that I'm reading. It has challenged my current "understanding" of the Nembutsu. I tend to think of the name itself as salvation and the bridge to the Pure Land...

"...Nembutsu is not a means to gain salvation but a reflection of it. Shinran acknowledges there is nembutsu without true entrusting because he lived in an environment where nembutsu was recited for benefits and merit. By itself it cannot produce true entrusting. Nevertheless, they are inseparable as…

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