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Dharmavidya left a comment for Aurora Gracia
"Welcome to the site."
Jan 14
Dharmavidya published an article in GLOBAL SANGHA
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Dec 13, 2021
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Nov 27, 2021
Dharmavidya published an article
 
GLOBAL SANGHA NEWSLETTER 92 Tuesday 23rd November 2021
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Nov 23, 2021
Dharmavidya posted a discussion
I have just returned to Eleusis in France after two weeks away.  The firsr week was in Hamberg, Germany and the second in Den Haag in Netherlands. While I was in Germany I led a workshop on the theme of the book The Feeling Buddha which is…
Nov 16, 2021
Dharmavidya published articles in GLOBAL SANGHA
Oct 11, 2021
Susan Louise Dickinson and Dharmavidya are now friends
Oct 11, 2021
Dharmavidya published articles in GLOBAL SANGHA
Oct 10, 2021
Dharmavidya updated their profile
Oct 5, 2021
Dharmavidya left a comment for Susan Louise Dickinson
"Hello Susan - Welcome. Can you post a portait photo on your profile, please? Hope you enjoy the site. I see you are already on the newsletter and podcast list. Welcome."
Sep 22, 2021
Dharmavidya commented on Richard Hurn’s status
"There are times when it is rewarding to examine one's travail with as much objectivity as one can muster and as little moral judgement as possible.  One may learn important things.  There are other times when analysis is fruitless and patience and…"
Sep 18, 2021
Dharmavidya replied to Dharmavidya's discussion SPACE THERAPY in LAND & BUILDINGS
"Yes, I used to love Trungpa when I studied with him many many years ago."
Sep 17, 2021
Dharmavidya left a comment for Michael kinsella
"Welcome to the site. Hope you enjoy it and make friends. We shall put you on the newsletter mailing list. Please load a portrait photo to your profile. Thanks. Hope to see you around the site and at meetings. Best - DB"
Sep 17, 2021
Richard Hurn replied to Dharmavidya's discussion SPACE THERAPY in LAND & BUILDINGS
"Reminds me of 30 years ago with Trungpa's space awareness effort
https://www.karmecholing.org/program?id=6600
 
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Sep 16, 2021
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  • Thank you. Looking forward to exploring your website. I appreciate your generosity.

    Hernán

  • Hi David

    Schedule-dependent, I'd like to be part of a weekly online group meeting. I went for refuge over 20 years ago with Karma Kagyu, and I've had exposure to different traditions as I've moved around the UK since, depending on where I've found the nearest sangha - Gaia House, Longchen, and most recently I've co-organised a vaguely Thich Nhat Hanh influenced neighbourhood sitting group in Tooting.  
    I'm thinking about the next big step now - traditionally the Boddhisattva Vow, I suppose - but keen to learn more about your insights, on the back of reading the Feeling Buddha.
    Conrad 
  • Hi Dharmavidya
    Please put my name down for any new Amida discussion group as per email.
    Andrew.
  • You asked if I identify with being a wanderer. I do.

    I met the idea when I was a Christian. I trained with a monastery for the priesthood, and learned to practice what we called contemplative prayer. I chanced upon a classic of the Orthodox practice of Jesus Prayer, called ‘The Way of the Pilgrim’, and the particular term Strannik in Catherine Doherty’s novelette by that title (her book Poustinia is better known), and the idea struck with me.

    I have since left working In the ministry for the CofE, and think I’m more of a Tolstoyan, politically, but was interested in training in existential therapy, though came across Buddhist therapy and your work the feeling Buddha excited me hence I found your site.

  • How do I receive your podcasts! By the way all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well .. not always so...

  • Many, many thanks for the invitation and welcome!

  • Gracias David por la bienvenida. Saludos.

  • Thank you for welcoming me to Eleusis.

  • Thank you for the invitation, David. I hope you will get better soon. I just had Karin visiting at my holiday home in Holland. We talked about the ITZI conference. I look forward to attend. (Still need to register.) Cheers! 

  • It was good to be part of the talk and discussion. A unique experience from my kitchen in Tel Aviv as I prepare to fix our family dinne. I look forward to more !

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