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Hello, I'm Richard, having a long term interest (since I was at Primary School!)in Buddhism, the natural world, reading and writing. I worked for many years in the field of ecology for a local authority, up until last year when I retired. I still do the odd bit of freelace work doing guided walks and enjoy sharing with others.
How did you hear about Tariki?
Via Caroline and Dharmavidya on Amida ning.
What is your involvement in Tariki?
Interest and love of Pure Land Buddhism.
Are you a student or have you studied with us?
Not as a student of Buddhist Psychology.
What can you offer?
Enthusiasm and love of nature - guided reflective walking in nature.
General support.
Are there things you would like to see Tariki doing or want to know more about?
I would like to participate in (on the whole, not too much time spent talking retreats, but with Nembutsu practice, plus meditation, with space for sharing at the end. Art based workshops, creative writing, collage work etc.
When did you first hear about us?
September 12
Do you have a web site?

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At 17:14 on January 25, 2012, caroline brazier said…

Hope the tea was sustaining... we alll need sustainable living...

At 6:21 on January 26, 2012, Jnañamati said…

Hello Richard 

Good to hear from you. I shall return to the UK on 11th Feb. I leave for Assam in less than a weeks time to spend time with some friends/contacts from last year, to see the school and so on. 

Look forward to seeing you when I get back.


At 21:02 on March 15, 2012, caroline brazier said…

Hi Richard, how are you doing? Its a long time since we were in touch so thought I'd say hello.. are you still writing?

At 19:55 on March 16, 2012, caroline brazier said…

Hi, walk sounds good. Miss seeing you now Im not involved with London centre. Glad retirement is proving fruitful!! keep posting the poems - much enjoyed..

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