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Dharma Wondrous Strange: Great Creatures of the Deep
Fri 15th May : 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The last in his series of talks on Dharma Wondrous Strange, Ratnaguna will conclude with Great Creatures of the Deep! Everyone welcome to join us at this online talk from one of our most experienced practitioners. You can listen to the other talks here
A new series of Friday night talks, this time from Taravandana, starts on 29th May.
7 pm: Ratnaguna’s talk
8 pm: Questions and answers or group discussion
9 pm: End
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Dharma Wondrous Strange
Ratnaguna has very generously offered to give a series of eight talks, called Dharma Wondrous Strange, in which he’ll tell us eight wonderful things about the Dharma – or the Buddha’s teachings. Not to be missed!
Ratnaguna is a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order and has been practising Buddhism for over forty years. He was one of the founders of the Manchester Buddhist Centre and also lived and worked for some years in a study retreat centre in North Wales. He is the author of the Art of Reflection and Great Faith, Great Wisdom, both published through Windhorse Publications.