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Psicoterapia Zen en Peru

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New development in Peru

http://www.zen.psicoterapia.pe

No basis for psychiatric diagnoses

Posted by David Brazier on May 14, 2013 at 11:29 1 Comment

Interesting report

http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/may/12/psychiatrists-under-fire-mental-health

Perhaps the culture is beginning to change at last.

Getting started

Posted by Caifang Zhu on March 31, 2013 at 13:39 5 Comments

In mid Februrary 2013 I started my two months tenure as a researcher in residence in the faculty of theology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. My research area is Chan/Zen Practice in China and the West. A few days arter my arrival, my hosting professor of Buddhism Andre van der Braak inivted me to sit in his class of Mahayana Buddhism for which I was expected to teach  a couple of lectures later on. Co-inciently Jnanamati was also visiting the class through Mirjam Hartkamp's…

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"So nice to see you and the intro course here! The work everyone has done to make these teachings available - and the teachings themselves - are awe-inspiring! Namo Amida Bu!"
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"Lovely to see you here. Welcome!"
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"Dear Sujatin, by you joining ITZI it feels as if you are more near again! Welcome and thanks for all your work that enables people to learn about Amida Buddhism and more,  even when they cannot meet in flesh and blood. Love and until in june, I…"
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"Hi Sujatin,  Thanks for the friends request and it is great you have joined us here and doing the intro to Pureland course. If I can be of any help there with admin, organising bits or whatever please ask. I just got back from a 24 hour…"
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"So glad to reconnect! I've been teaching Dharmavidya's Intro to Pureland course for a number of years - face to face with my local sangha and at the University and then, since September, on-line using Mailchimp newsletters to three…"
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"Hi Sujatin, Yes it's a long time since that wonderful Amida conference where we met. It's a pleasure to accept your request and best wishes for every success in your teaching role with Amida Academy. I'm presently a student again…"
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Bio: Please provide full details
I am an ordained minister with the Order of Amida Buddha and lead the Amida Newcastle sangha. I am Buddhist Chaplain at Newcastle University.
What can you offer to ITZI, & what is your interest in being a member?
I am tutor for the Introduction to Pureland Buddhism course on Amida Academy.
Personal Website
http://lotusinthemud.typepad.com/sujatin/
Centre, sangha, organisation or network name
Amida Newcastle
Centre, sangha, organisation or network website
http://lotusinthemud.typepad.com/amida_newcastle/
What is the approach/philosophy of your centre?
We practice and teach Amida Pureland Buddhism
Are you available to lead courses in Buddhist Psychology?
No
Are you able/willing to travel outside your country to teach?
On occasion, although travel is difficult for me.
Do you have other abilities to assist in the life/administration of ITZI?
I hope to develop further courses to teach on the Amida Academy site
In what languages are you fluent?
English
In what languages do you have a basic understanding?
Some French, a smattering of Spanish

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At 18:30 on May 17, 2013, Mo Henderson said…

Hi Sujatin, Yes it's a long time since that wonderful Amida conference where we met. It's a pleasure to accept your request and best wishes for every success in your teaching role with Amida Academy. I'm presently a student again updating myself by doing the Academy's Buddhist Psychology course and really enjoying it. In the Dharma, Mo 

At 18:41 on May 17, 2013, Sujatin Johnson said…

So glad to reconnect! I've been teaching Dharmavidya's Intro to Pureland course for a number of years - face to face with my local sangha and at the University and then, since September, on-line using Mailchimp newsletters to three different cohorts - it's nice that, thanks to the hard work of Jnanamati and Diederik, it's now on Amida Academy. I'm sure you'll enjoy the Buddhist Psychology course - you have some lively fellow students who are very enthusiastic about it, they tell me. I did the first year in its old format while I was training for ministry and got a huge amount out of it. Namo Amida Bu

At 2:01 on May 18, 2013, Robert McCarthy said…

Hi Sujatin,  Thanks for the friends request and it is great you have joined us here and doing the intro to Pureland course. If I can be of any help there with admin, organising bits or whatever please ask.

I just got back from a 24 hour minibus, train trip from the south. everything still feels a bit clickey clack.  look forward to seeing you next month.  Namo Amida Bu

At 19:09 on May 19, 2013, Katrien Sercu said…

Dear Sujatin, by you joining ITZI it feels as if you are more near again! Welcome and thanks for all your work that enables people to learn about Amida Buddhism and more,  even when they cannot meet in flesh and blood. Love and until in june, I hope.

At 19:20 on May 19, 2013, Satya Robyn said…

Lovely to see you here. Welcome!

At 13:28 on May 20, 2013, Wendy Shinyo Haylett said…

So nice to see you and the intro course here! The work everyone has done to make these teachings available - and the teachings themselves - are awe-inspiring! Namo Amida Bu!

At 16:35 on May 24, 2013, James Schmeiser said…

Hi Sujatin:

Always good to see your name. We have been travelling a fair amount since my brother died last week in western Canada. It was a time of burial, grieving, and visiting with family and old acquaintances.

Now that we are back home, I am waiting, not too patiently, for a hip replacement. It will be good to be able to walk without pain and a limp.

Best wishes to you.

NAB

James.

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