Mindfulness and Buddhism
Mindfulness and BuddhismWorkshop series ›link to article Mindfulness and Buddhism
A series of workshops on the roots of mindfulness: what did the Buddha himself say about it?
Philosophy as a Way of Life: The Buddha, Sceptics, Epicureans and Stoics2 Days ›link to article Philosophy as a Way of Life: The Buddha, Sceptics, Epicureans and Stoics
Interested in links between the Buddha and the West? This workshop explores the striking parallels between early Buddhism and early Greek philosophy
Self and Not-Self: Illusion or Work-in-progress?2 Days › 21 March 2020link to article Self and Not-Self: Illusion or Work-in-progress?
The Buddha's radical understanding of 'selfing' and the western misunderstanding of his view.
Pleasure, Liking and Craving: Buddhist Psychological Perspectives2 Days › 20 June 2020link to article Pleasure, Liking and Craving: Buddhist Psychological Perspectives
Desire: foundation of frustration and disappointment but also motivation for excellence and liberation.
Autonomy, Imagination and Care2 Days › 12 September 2020link to article Autonomy, Imagination and Care
Themes constitute the heart of contemporary mindfulness practice.
The Landscape of Mindfulness3 Days › 25 September 2020link to article The Landscape of Mindfulness
Themes from the heart of contemporary mindfulness practicing.
Mindfulness, Flourishing and The Factors of Awakening2 Days › 21 November 2020link to article Mindfulness, Flourishing and The Factors of Awakening
Examining "awakening" from the perspective of Early Buddhist texts and Western philosophy and psychology.
Mindfulness of Feeling Tone (Vedana): Knowing How It Feels2 Days › 29 May 2021link to article Mindfulness of Feeling Tone (Vedana): Knowing How It Feels
Mindfulness of Feeling Tone (vedana): Knowing how it feels