Someone asked me the other day if Tariki was less Pureland than Amida Trust. I answered that I am as Pureland as ever, if not more so. At the same time I also strongly believe in the power of diversity and interaction. It feel important that, whilst offering a strongly pureland practice to those who have chosen that path, we also embrace other expressions of the spiritual life. All (real) Buddhism is good, and if it doesn't seem so, then that in itself is worth discussing and even…Continue
Just got back from a visit to Bristol. I went down partly to attend the launch of Kamalamani's first book.
It was a lovely evening and Im really pleased that Kamalamani has agreed to come up and do a talk at one of our…Continue
Added by caroline brazier on January 29, 2012 at 13:34 — No Comments
I have just been writing this article for a news letter but I share it here as it seems like a good starting place for this site. In some senses Tariki Trust feels to have gone public today even though it has existed for six weeks and had its own web site for nearly as long... Still, I offer this as a marker and an explanation.
Tariki: finding new ground
Some things in life we intend to do, others seem to come upon us unexpectedly, and yet, with their arrival,…Continue
Added by annie rapstoff on January 25, 2012 at 15:58 — No Comments