Rev Dr Dharmavidya David Brazier, the head of the Amida Order
will be making a rare visit to Newcastle during May. On one of the evenings Dharmavidya will be giving a talk titled "Living in the Light of Unconditional Love" and, on the other, Prasada will be giving a presentation on her newly published book "Guilt: An Exploration"*.
Update - the venue with be the Chaplaincy at Northumbria University:
1st floor of the Wynne-Jones Centre no 17 on the Campus map
Further details to follow. These talks will be open to the public. Please keep these evenings free. Do contact me if you can help with publicity.
Review: "Caroline Brazier's "Guilt: An exploration" presents us with a unique and intricate meeting of the fictional world of a young girl and her friends growing up, with a non-fictional analysis of guilt. I love the pace of the book. Gradually, as each character in the story is introduced and brought to life, the narrative builds and increasingly draws you in. The journey the story takes you on stirs up many feelings - some more welcome than others - as it flows in and around Caroline Brazier's skilful and insightful analysis of guilt. This is one of those very rare books that works on different levels - a gripping novel that I couldn't put down, a moving and haunting experience, and a work to slowly savour and be inspired by. Quite brilliant"