Following the Buddhist path: insights on the nature of mind

Friday 22 September 2017, 18.30 - 19.45
BP Lecture Theatre
£5, Members/concessions £3

Theravada Buddhist nun and teacher Ajahn Sundara and TV presenter and psychotherapist Alistair Appleton reflect on their own experiences of Buddhist practice, philosophy and mindfulness.

TV presenter and writer Alistair Appleton ( Cash in the Attic, Escape to the Country) has been a practising Buddhist for almost two decades. He was trained originally in the Vajrayana traditions of Tibet, before becoming attracted to the simpler, more direct teachings of the Thai Forest lineage.

Ajahn Sundara is a Buddhist nun based Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, situated at the eastern end of the Chiltern Hills in south-east England and a namesake of Amaravati stupa of ancient India.


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Following the Buddhist path: insights on the nature of mind

Friday 22 September 2017

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