As one of her deputies, Ratnadharini asked me to write this month’s letter from the College.
My month began with ‘landing back’ from a three week solitary retreat at the LBC’s retreat centre, Vajrasana. It was the first proper solitary I’d had since the start of the pandemic and it felt like balm. I emerged refreshed and energised in a way that I haven’t felt for a long time. The...
led by Maitreyabandhu & Jnanavaca 4th March | 7-8:30pm GMT, 8-9:30pm CET, 6-7:30am AEDT
‘Near death experiences have previously been considered unworthy of science but, now that these experiences are being seriously acknowledged and are a valid area for scientific study, it seems that we are on the threshold of expanding our current knowledge about the meaning of life and death.’
- Dr Penny Sartori
This interactive zoom seminar will explore the implications...
Join us for a six-month season of events exploring the nature of mind, including neuroscience, Buddhist thought, and psychology. The project culminates in an in-person and online retreat at Adhisthana (August 2022).
* Conversations – Every month we’ll post a conversation hosted by an Order member with guests such as: Iain McGilchrist (the divided brain), Paul Gilbert (Compassion-Focussed Therapy), Penny Sartori (near-death experiences), Bernardo Kastrup (metaphysical idealism), and Carol Bowman (past life memories).