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Buddhist Explorations in Pastoral Care and Contemplative Counseling
The vision of Buddhism as a faith for the young and the living (rather than one needed only at death) has spread throughout the Sinophone world, radiating primarily from Taiwanese hubs like Fo Guang S
Uploaded 5 Sep 2014
Spiritual Crossroads (Part I): Difficulties in Bringing Amida Buddha to Europe
Editor’s note: David Brazier is a Buddhist teacher, writer, and psychotherapist. He is President at Instituto Terapia Zen Internacional in Spain and the head of the Amida Order in the United Kingdom.
Uploaded 13 Feb 2014
Thich Nhat Hanh's theology of compassion
Throughout the life and ministry of Thich Nhat Hanh, one mission has remained more consistent in his thinking than even mindfulness: compassion. Long before he was travelling the world with his Order
Uploaded 10 Apr 2013
Hong Kong University's Centre of Buddhist Studies has a moral mission
Those who have seen the newest poster from The Hong Kong University’s Centre of Buddhist Studies will not necessarily like it. Judging from reactions both online and off, the general reception a
Uploaded 16 Jan 2013
Rupert Gethin’s Foundations of Buddhism
We hosted Chinese author, show host and social commentator Leung Man Tao to talk about what he does best: books. As a famous writer in the East Asian world, you can trust Brother Leung (who is an upas
Uploaded 18 Oct 2012
Buddhism: A Prince's Therapy
A long time ago, I borrowed a book by David Brazier, who is known in the UK as a Pure Land counsellor and therapist. This book was written fairly early on during his pastoral career, and it’s called s
Uploaded 1 Feb 2010
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