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Finding our Way Back: Buddhism and Animism
Finding our Way Back: Buddhism and Animism

Sat, 16 Sept

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Croydon Buddhist Centre

Finding our Way Back: Buddhism and Animism

What is our view on nature and how we fit into it? Do we place ourselves too much at the heart of it all? Join Vajragupta as her shares his thoughts on why we need to chance our relationship with nature, and have ourselves a more animist view. All welcome.

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16 Sept, 10:30 – 12:45

Croydon Buddhist Centre, 98 High St, Croydon CR0 1ND, UK

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Finding our Way Back: Buddhism and Animism

Saturday 16th September, 10:30 to 12;45pm

Talk by Vajragupta

Suggested donation: £10 / £8 (conc)

All welcome

Humans put more and more pressure on nature. We tend to see ourselves as the most important beings in the universe, with the rest of life put there for our benefit. We badly need to change our relationship with nature. In this talk, Vajragupta (author of Wild Awake) argues we need a more animist view of the world, and of the whole universe.

Citing fascinating examples from animistic cultures, poems, and Buddhist myths and teachings, Vajragupta will suggest ways we can find our way back into the world.  All welcome - whether it is your first visit, or you are a regular at the Centre.

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