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Sanghamitra
  • Male
  • Birmingham, UK
  • United Kingdom
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Sanghamitra commented on Sanghamitra's event 'After the Referendum: a Listening Circle'
"Thank you Jnanamati and Satya for your kind comments. Namo Amida Bu"
Jul 25, 2016
Satyavani Robyn commented on Sanghamitra's event 'After the Referendum: a Listening Circle'
"Thanks Jnanamati. I think sometimes I feel we meet 'on behalf of others' - I certainly felt glad that you were meeting and am also grateful that Amida Birmingham took the initiative to set it up. Namo Amida Bu. "
Jul 24, 2016
Jnañamati commented on Sanghamitra's event 'After the Referendum: a Listening Circle'
"In the period since the results of the referendum were announced we have witnessed a good deal of public anxiety, sometimes expressed in angry words and unconsidered acts of aggression, and at other times in acts of compassion and kindness and the…"
Jul 24, 2016
Satyavani Robyn commented on Sanghamitra's blog post Blessing for a (as yet unborn) new baby
"Lovely poem. So glad you could do this - these rituals can hold such concentrated meaning for those involved and for all those present. Namo Amida Bu. "
Jul 13, 2016
Andrew commented on Sanghamitra's blog post Blessing for a (as yet unborn) new baby
"Very beautiful poem and so true."
Jul 12, 2016
Sanghamitra joined Jnañamati's group
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Anshin Retreat Talks 2016

Talks given by Dharmavidya at his home in France, La Ville au Roi (aka Eleusis) during this years Anshin retreat. See More
Jul 12, 2016
Sanghamitra posted a blog post

Blessing for a (as yet unborn) new baby

On Saturday I performed a blessing for my friend's unborn born baby. Although it is her second child, she is very anxious about the birth and one of her friend's suggested she should have a 'motherhood blessing.' This turned out to be just a party, but I volunteer to give a Buddhist blessing.Sujatin was extremely helpful and gave me her notes from a baby naming ceremony she had performed some time ago. I have copied the poem I read for you blow. Namo Amida BuOn ChildrenKahlil Gibran
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Jul 12, 2016
Sanghamitra posted an event
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After the Referendum: a Listening Circle at Kings Heath

July 23, 2016 from 10am to 12pm
Since the EU referendum I have been worried. Each day I have read Facebook posts from both Leave and Remain voters that have stoked tension, blame and hatred. Twitter has been filled with reports of racism. Our TV screens have been bursting with politicians engaged in petty bickering and infighting.The teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha ask us to take a middle way. The Listening Circle will be a compassionate space to share your thoughts about what is happening in our society. We will take turns to…See More
Jul 12, 2016

Profile Information

About Me:
I live and work in Birmingham.
Faith Background & Affiliation
Pureland Buddhist
What is your interest in Amida-shu
Running Tide
Sangha
How did you find this web site?
Told by Kaspa
What country are you living in?
UK
What is the nearest town to where you live? If in UK, please give first half of your postcode. Thank you.
Birmingham
Are you a member of an Amida group/Congregation
not at the moment

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Blessing for a (as yet unborn) new baby

Posted on July 12, 2016 at 21:30 2 Comments

On Saturday I performed a blessing for my friend's unborn born baby. Although it is her second child, she is very anxious about the birth and one of her friend's suggested she should have a 'motherhood blessing.' This turned out to be just a party, but I volunteer to give a Buddhist blessing.

Sujatin was extremely helpful and gave me her notes from a baby naming ceremony she had performed some time ago. I have copied the poem I read for you blow. 

Namo Amida…

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Birmingham Group

Posted on March 14, 2011 at 19:33 5 Comments

On Saturday our small group met for the first time.  Richard, Kaspa and I discussed ideas for future meetings.  Richard had come up with the very promising idea of a reading/discussion group.  Afterwards we had a practise session lead by Kaspa, we were joined by my housemate John.  Good to be practising in Birmingham at last and looking forward to future meetings.

 

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At 12:11 on December 8, 2014, Sujatin said…

Delighted that you are now Amita Sanghamitra!

At 20:52 on January 4, 2010, Sujatin said…
And hoping you have a great year too!
At 18:27 on September 9, 2008, Sanghamitra said…
A famous one. This is the picture that is in a bar in wolverhampton!
At 9:02 on September 9, 2008, Kaspalita said…
Welcome! What kind of expression are you wearing in that profile picture? :-s
 
 
 

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