Introduction to Jodo Shinshu

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Introduction to Jodo Shinshu

Time: July 21, 2020 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: online
Event Type: zoom, seminar
Organized By: caroline brazier
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Introduction to Shin Buddhism

July 21 - 7.00-8.30

Join us for an evening exploring the Buddhist teachings of Jodo Shinshu and what it means to follow that path in daily life. Shin Buddhism, as we commonly refer to the tradition, is the most popular form of Buddhism in Japan, yet is hardly known in the West. During this evening of discussion and practice Enrique and Caroline, both Shin priests, will share something of what Jodo Shinshu means to them, its links to wider Buddhist thought, its heart in embodied practice and its place as another form of Buddhist mindfulness tradition. We will explore the centrality of Nembutsu practice (literally mindfulness of Buddha) the central practice of Shin Buddhism.
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No charge for this event

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