I am currently looking for participants/co-researchers for my MA research study on Buddhist practice and the Person-centred Approach. Ideally, I would like participants who call themselves 'person-centred' or humanistic. The research questions will be based on therapist's experience of being present (or not) in meditation and in the therapy room (with an emphasis on 'experience').
Interviews can be done via Skype or face-to-face. I have ethical approval from my…Continue
Added by Becky Seale on March 16, 2013 at 18:17 — No Comments
Buddha Dhamma Conference held at Dhansai U.P. India on 22nd February 2013.
Sidharth Gautam Shikshan and Sanskriti Samiti has been organized Buddha Dhamma Conference at Dhansari UP, India under guidance of DR. Munshilal Gautam(IAS) on 22nd February 2013. On that occasion, the following dignitaries were present.
* Inauguration : Ven. Nandawardhan Bodhi (Ambhora), Ven. Mettananda, Ven. Karunasheel.
* Chairperson : Dr. Milind Jiwane (President of Ashwaghosh Buddhist…Continue
Added by Dr. Milind Jiwane on March 9, 2013 at 9:30 — No Comments
I just read something I would like to share:
"If people are quiet, they can be quiet anywhere. If people aren't quiet, they won't be quiet here. Everything depends on you. Life is transient, like a flash of lightening or a dream. Eighty years pass like a cloud. We're born, and then we die. But before we receive this form, we had another face, our original face. We can't see it with our eyes. We can only know it with our wisdom.…Continue
A quick note to say that the weekend retreat "Sitting with Friends" just finished and it went very well, indeed. There were only five of us in total--- Aramati, Debbie, Lauren, Ian and myself--- but I think everybody found it was a very comfortable and mutually supportive group. Ian deserves the lion's share of praise for this, not only for stepping in for Tom who wasn't able to make it, but also for bringing his own unique spirit of compassion and humility to his position as retreat…Continue
Added by Bob on March 3, 2013 at 20:35 — No Comments