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January 2022. Christopher E-News. Fear and the Earth. Memoir. International Zoom Programmes in Five Time Zones. Links to Recent Blogs and More

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International Zoom Teachings/Practices. Noble Eightfold Path. Once a month start 8 January 2022. Organised in Israel.

An exploration of the Noble Eightfold Path provides an opportunity to appreciate the depth and breadth of the Buddha’s teachings through direct experience.

Every link bears a direct relationship to our daily life. The path points to a goal – wisdom, a fulfilled life and liberation from a problematic mind. Continue reading 



WE JOURNEY FROM BIRTH ONTO DEATH. DOES LIFOFFESOMETHING MORE? Sunday 30 January 2022. 20.00-21.30 (CET) Zoom with Christopher. Sangha Live.

Do join our evening programme Sunday 30 January 2022. 20.00-21.30 (CET)

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Zoom. Teachings/Practices. FACING CHALLENGES. TRANSFORMING CHALLENGES. Friday 14 to 19 January 2022. Australia time. With Christopher

Join our five-day International Zoom Teachings/Practices from Friday 14 to Wednesday 19 January 2022. The primary time zone is Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Continue reading 



CAN LOVE REVEAL ULTIMATE REALITY? Zoom. Sangha Live. 20.00-21.30. CET (19.00 – 20.30. UK time). Sunday 19 December 2021

We know the cost to the reality of life through deprivation of love. Human beings, other sentient creatures and all of life suffers through withdrawal of love, abuse and violence.

Science has eliminated love from its analysis of reality. Science perceives reality through the limited constructs of the mind. You will rarely find the word love in scientific textbooks. We cannot know ultimate reality though highlighting the mind and dismissing the heart or vice-versa.

The Buddha made frequent reference to metta with its three-fold meaning of love, kindness and friendship according to context. He made powerful statements on love – Metta is a Brahma Vihara (literally Abiding/Dwelling  with/in God).

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