’Staying sane in the face of the climate’ 

Sunday, 8 November 2.30 – 4pm

A talk by Caroline Brazier with a response from Joe Mishan

Connection and interconnection in troubled times: In these times of catastrophic environmental change, how can we find precious moments of peace and replenishment in our connection to the natural world? The Buddhist teachings are often seen as guiding us to look inward in order to resource ourselves, yet going into nature has been part of Buddhist practice since earliest times. As things become increasingly troubled, once again this precious thread within our tradition invites us to recollect our interconnectedness and interdependence with the web of the ecosystem and find delight in our dependence on the natural world.

Caroline Brazier is a practising psychotherapist, Buddhist and writer. Deeply concerned about the current environmental situation, for the last ten years she has been developing the Ten Directions training in ecotherapy at Tariki Trust.

Joe Mishan is a member of DANCE and XR Buddhists as well as a practicing psychotherapist. There will be an opportunity for discussions in small groups and a Q&A.

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