Eco-Dharma Course

Eco-Dharma Course

An online course, every Wednesday 6:30 – 8:30 pm, from September 23 to December 9

This course looks through a Buddhist lens at various aspects of the relationship between ourselves and the natural environment, which we tend to consider as something separate from ourselves that we can use for our benefit. In reality the natural world is the great Body of Life itself, of which we are just one part, and which we abuse at our peril.

How should we understand the changes that our planet and its ecosystem are going through as a result of human action, and respond in a way that will help to bring things back into balance? How do we steer a course between false optimism and despair at the seemingly overwhelming challenges of climate change and species extinction? What does Buddhism have to offer as we face these deep questions?

N.B. Because of the Jamyang Leeds AGM there will be no class on Wednesday 7 October.

Bi-Monthly Eco-Dharma Workshops

On alternate months, in place of the regular class we will be hosting a workshop in conjunction with the UK Eco_Dharma network:

Wednesday October 28 Paul Wielgus of Jamyang Buddhist Group Bath: “Climate Change and Global Justice

Wednesday December 9 Francesca Paoletti (a senior FPMT teacher who is also an environmental engineer): ‘Global sustainability cannot happen without great compassion’

Recommended donation £6 per session

To donate, please go to https://ssl.nochex.com/jamyangleeds/

Join using this Zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/342269296?pwd=RlNuYWxMWTdFRlI2b2Y3cllGeGlDQT09

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Eco-Dharma Course

Eco-Dharma Course

An online course, every Wednesday 6:30 – 8:30 pm, from September 23 to December 9

This course looks through a Buddhist lens at various aspects of the relationship between ourselves and the natural environment, which we tend to consider as something separate from ourselves that we can use for our benefit. In reality the natural world is the great Body of Life itself, of which we are just one part, and which we abuse at our peril.

How should we understand the changes that our planet and its ecosystem are going through as a result of human action, and respond in a way that will help to bring things back into balance? How do we steer a course between false optimism and despair at the seemingly overwhelming challenges of climate change and species extinction? What does Buddhism have to offer as we face these deep questions?

N.B. Because of the Jamyang Leeds AGM there will be no class on Wednesday 7 October.

Bi-Monthly Eco-Dharma Workshops

On alternate months, in place of the regular class we will be hosting a workshop in conjunction with the UK Eco_Dharma network:

Wednesday October 28 Paul Wielgus of Jamyang Buddhist Group Bath: “Climate Change and Global Justice

Wednesday December 9 Francesca Paoletti (a senior FPMT teacher who is also an environmental engineer): ‘Global sustainability cannot happen without great compassion’

Recommended donation £6 per session

To donate, please go to https://ssl.nochex.com/jamyangleeds/

Join using this Zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/342269296?pwd=RlNuYWxMWTdFRlI2b2Y3cllGeGlDQT09

Eco-Dharma Course2020-10-12T14:04:11+01:00
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