Dharma and Civil Disobedience: Extinction Rebellion, A Response to Climate Change

2019-01-01T13:38:31+00:00January 1st, 2019|Climate Change, Social Activism, Uncategorized|

Dharma and Civil Disobedience

This November Gaia House teachers Yanai Postelnik, Catherine McGee, Rob Burbea, and Kirsten Kratz, along with many Dharma practitioners from the wider Gaia House community, participated in a series of planned actions of non-violent civil disobedience in London, part of an attempt to galvanize the UK government [Read more…]

Sunday Sangha Social Meet-ups for 2019

2018-12-20T13:24:17+00:00December 20th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Sunday Sangha Meetings for 2019 – 11am to 2pm

Sunday 13th January  -St Margaret’s Institute 30 Polstead Rd, Oxford OX2 6TN
Sunday 10th February – Florence Park Community Centre, Cornwallis Road, Oxford OX4 3NH
Sunday 10th March – Florence Park Community Centre
Sunday 14th April – Florence Park Community Centre
Sunday 19th May – St Margaret’s Institute
Sunday 16th June – St Margaret’s Institute
Sunday 14th July – St [Read more…]

Four Week Course: Buddhist Teachings on Self and Not-Self

2018-12-20T13:14:49+00:00December 20th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Buddhist teachings on Self and Not-Self

4 Week Course with Jaya Rudgard

Wednesday evenings 20th March, 27th March, 3rd April, 10th April 2019

7-9pm, Long Room, Friends Meeting House, St Giles

A 4 week study course on early Buddhist teachings around self and not-self (“anatta”) and their practical application in our lives. Participants should have an [Read more…]

Ajahn Brahm Dhamma Talk – The Happiness of Peace

2018-08-20T12:30:57+01:00August 20th, 2018|Uncategorized|

The Buddha said that the highest happiness is the happiness of peace, which far surpasses the happiness of sensual pleasure.

In this Dhamma Talk, Ajahn Brahm differentiates between worldly happiness that depends on things going just to plan and deep inner happiness that supports us through all the vicissitudes of life.

This evening programme will begin with a short guided meditation, followed by a [Read more…]

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