Brazier Workshop . . . Equanimity in Conflict

December 13, 2008

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VANCOUVER BUDDHIST PEACE FELLOWSHIP (BPF)

presents

EQUANIMITY IN CONFLICT

A Socially Engaged Buddhism Workshop with David and Caroline Brazier

Conflict is an inevitable reality in social activism.  In this dynamic workshop you will learn valuable tools for “being” in conflict and acting skillfully.

The workshop will also provide an opportunity for people of all traditions to come together and connect with others interested in the relevance of Buddhist teachings to contemporary social issues and action.

When: Saturday, January 31, 2009     9:30am-4:00pm  (Registration starts at 9:00)
Where: Native Education Centre, 285 E. 5th Ave. (near Main St.) Vancouver
Cost: $35 plus donation to teachers.  No one will be turned away for inability to pay.
To register: see last paragraph below.   Space is limited so please register in advance.

ABOUT THE BRAZIERS:

David Brazier, PhD (Dharmavidya), and Caroline Brazier, MPhil (Prasada), are practitioners and teachers in the Amida School – a Western branch of Buddhism with its roots in the Pureland tradition of Japan. The Amida School supports spiritual practice, humanitarian work and campaigns on such issues as the arms trade, animal rights and the environment.   David is author of several books including Zen Therapy, The Feeling Buddha, The New Buddhism and his most recent, Who Loves Dies Well. Caroline is author of Buddhism on the Couch: From Analysis to Awakening Using Buddhist Psychology. Her most recent book, Guilt, will be published in February.  Both have skills and professional qualifications in social/community work and as registered psychotherapists.  For more information about the Braziers and their work, go to www.amidatrust.com.

ABOUT BUDDHIST PEACE FELLOWSHIP  (BPF):

BPF brings together Buddhists of all traditions who are committed to social and personal transformation and strives to bring a Buddhist perspective to contemporary peace, environmental and social justice movements.  Founded in the United States in 1978, BPF now has more than 50 chapters throughout the world.

The Vancouver Chapter was founded in 2005 and welcomes new members.

REGISTRATION:

Seating is limited, so please register as soon as possible to reserve your place. Please submit a short comment below saying that you would like to register or that you would like more information. Your comment will not be published, but you will receive an email in reply within a day or so. If you prefer to register by phone,

call [George at] 604 682-2557

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One Response to “Brazier Workshop . . . Equanimity in Conflict”

  1. George Says:

    “Please submit a short comment below saying that you would like to register or that you would like more information. Your comment will not be published . . .”

    Just to be clear on that: you can read your comment but no one else can (except me).

    And please ignore the “Notify me of followup comments” check box below. That’s something in the system that I don’t know how to (and maybe even can’t) disable.

    Looking forward to seeing you on the day,

    George


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