From Buddhism to Anthroposophy– a personal path
Friday 1 March 7pm - 8.30pm
with Francis Beadle
Sometimes simply playing with the sound of a word reveals its essence. Karma, ‘Car’ ‘Ma’, is how we travel in our journey through Mother Nature. Cause and effect. Too often we are lost in it. Not understanding how we ended up where we don’t want to be. So how do we gain at least some control of the wheel? Through Dharma. ‘Da’ ‘Ma.’ The union of Heaven (the Father principle) with Mother Earth. Living a spiritual life. But on a day-to-day level, what does this mean? In this informal workshop, Francis will be offering insights from different esoteric schools on the practical challenge that karma presents us with, whilst also inviting other people to share their stories.
Francis Beadle is a student of Anthroposophy and a member of the School of Spiritual Science; a disciple of the Linji Chan (Zen) and Hanmi (Tantric Buddhist) lineage holder Dechan Jeuren; and a former Kundalini Yoga teacher and Deeksha giver. He is also a retired Psychodynamic Counsellor.
All welcome, no need to book, no charge. Voluntary donations towards costs are gratefully received and can be made by transfer to a Nationwide account held for this purpose.
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