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AMIDA SUMMER RETREAT IN ELEUSIS at Eleusis France

May 28, 2018 to June 1, 2018
All Shu members are this year invited to this big event in the Amida calendar, at the home of Dharmavidya, Head off the Amida Order, here in France. This retreat is an opportunity to enter more deeply into the Pure Land practice and the fundamental teachings of Buddha: to recognise our human nature and to let in the Dharma. Dharmavidya has referred to Pure Land Buddhism as "refuge Buddhism", and explains that all Buddhist practice invites us to deepen our refuge. Though there seem to be many…See More
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Tamuly Annette replied to David Brazier's discussion SPONTANEITY in the group QUESTIONS IN THE SAND
"Thank you so much, Dharmavidya, for this very fine analysis of all the facets of the notion. As a Buddhist, I take the gesture of Sujata handing food to the exhausted Shakyamuni as the most wonderful example of spontaneity."
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"Yes, hero worship is a kind of religion, or substitute for religion, certainly drawing on some of the same instincts, leading us to express devotion and enjoy vicarious participation in something larger than our mundane lives in common with other…"
Dec 19, 2017
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"Un monstre sacré."
Dec 18, 2017
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Johnny Halliday: la mort d'un monstre sacré

L'engouement quasi mystique qu'a suscité la mort de Johnny Hallyday m'a incité à réfléchir sue un phénomène qui m'est apparu comme un substitut de religiosité...Un monstre sacré La mort de Johnny Halliday et ses obsèques le 8 décembre 2017Il y a eu comme une sorte de fièvre médiatique lors de la mort – pourtant attendue – de notre chanteur national Johnny Halliday (Jean-Philippe Smet). Il venait de décéder un jour, après Jean d’Ormesson, et le dernier événement a en quelque sorte phagocyté le…See More
Dec 18, 2017
Caroline and Tamuly Annette are now friends
Dec 17, 2017
Tamuly Annette left a comment for Caroline
"I have lost your email address ! I wanted to send you a message. it is about 1 year that we met at Malvern and that you gave me such a warme welcome. Do get in touch with me and give me some news... ylumat@orange.fr lots ol love to you!"
Dec 17, 2017

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Johnny Halliday: la mort d'un monstre sacré

Posted on December 18, 2017 at 21:45 1 Comment

L'engouement quasi mystique qu'a suscité la mort de Johnny Hallyday m'a incité à réfléchir sue un phénomène qui m'est apparu comme un substitut de religiosité...

Un monstre sacré

La mort de Johnny Halliday et ses obsèques le 8 décembre 2017

Il y a eu comme une sorte de fièvre médiatique lors de la mort – pourtant attendue – de notre chanteur national Johnny Halliday (Jean-Philippe Smet). Il venait de décéder un jour, après Jean d’Ormesson, et le dernier événement a en…

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Communication? Quelle communication?

Posted on February 6, 2017 at 19:00 3 Comments

J'ai toujours pensé que la véritable communication  ne pouvait se faire qu'en face-à-face et que les communications virtuelles - si communes aujourd'hui sur les réseaux sociaux - ne sont que de déplorables pis-aller. Pourtant, à la réflexion, il me semble qu'il convient de corriger ce point de vue par trop simpliste. Certes, rien ne vaut la richesse d'une rencontre réelle où les paroles ne sont qu'un élément d'un ensemble où tout peut devenir signifiant. Les mots s'accompagnent de toute une…

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At 16:25 on April 13, 2016, Vajrapala Lut Moerman said…

Annette,

J'espère que tu as eu un beau voyage/vacance.

Je voudrais acheter quelques exemplaires de la traduction en français du livre 'Teh feeling Buddha". Est-ce que tu peux me laisser savoir ou/comment je peux acheter ce livre svp ?

Merci d'avance!

Namo Amida Bu

Vajrapala

At 21:23 on March 22, 2016, Vajrapala Lut Moerman said…

Dear Annette,

C'est fantastique que tu as traduit un livre de Dharmavidaya en français! Quand je viens à Eleusis, je vais surement essayer à l'acheter. ça m'aidera beaucoup avec les expressions. Il a vendu bien en France le livre ? Est-ce qu'il y a des Bouddhistes Terre Pure en France et dans les environs de Eleusis ? Tu es au courant s'il y a d'autres textes de Dharmavidaya qui sont déjà traduit en français ?

How are you living together in Oasis ? Have you shared practice and foods etc... ?

My friend and I also did try to begin a co-housing for Buddhists before we did build our house, buth we could not realise it and now we did build on our own in the Pays des Collines, près de Lille et Tournai.

Namo Amida Bu

Vajrapala

At 21:21 on March 20, 2016, Vajrapala Lut Moerman said…

Thousand thanks Annette. I'm so happy you could help me/us. I'm also very pleased to be able to contact you. Est-ce que tu est une vraie française ? Ma deusième langue est le français, donc normallement mon français doit etre mieux que mon anglais....

Thank you for your suggestions for translation, this looks very good.

I will send you some more questions next days as we will have some gaderings next weekend.

I did translate the whole Morningservice and a woman of the area who speaks French did help me, but as she is not so common with Buddhism, the meaning off the translations seems not always so right.

I'm very gratefull for the help you offer. Namo Amida Bu

At 20:10 on March 19, 2016, Vajrapala Lut Moerman said…

Dear Annette,

Thank you for offering help with French on your profile. I really need some help. I live in Belgium en I am dutch speaking, but live in a French speeking part of Belgium. I'm offering here meditation in French and have to translate everything in French; My French is not so fantastic, as well as my english is not so fantastic, but it goos rather well. i have now some people who help me with translations, but some terms are quiet difficult to translate. Could you help me a bit please ?

f.e. foulish being : much used in Purelandbuddhism, how should you translate this in  frensh  ? être fou ? ou être ignorant ? And this one :

"There are beings with little dust in their eyes

Who are wasting through not hearing the Dharma"

 We cannot find a good translation.....

Thanks to heop if possible!

Lovely greetings,

Vajrapala

At 21:45 on February 6, 2016, Susthama Kim said…
Thank you for offering to put us up at Oasis. We are looking forward to staying with you. We are waiting for Dorian's European health card which hopefully will arrive in a day or two and if it does then we'll travel on Wednesday.

lots of love,
Susthama
At 19:43 on November 10, 2015, David Brazier said…

Thank you for the pictures, the assistance with the mouse, the plumbing, the cake..... for being you and such a good neighbour. Much love.

At 20:00 on January 8, 2013, Vajrapala Lut Moerman said…

Hi, welcome, nice to meet you in this way.

Namo Amida Bu

At 18:48 on January 6, 2013, David Brazier said…

Welcome to Eleusis. See you tomorrow :-)

 
 
 

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