It rarely passes a day, after almost a month in quarantine, that I don’t feel driven to tears: a quiet moment of grief, a rupture in normalcy, a break in my emotional status quo. I’m moved by a lot of things at the moment; the death of another doctor or nurse fighting to save lives, … Continue reading Thinking and feeling alongside the Corona Virus
The Practising Life in many ways starts when there is a crisis. Our capacity to walk the talk, make our practice more than a mere means for survival, or for managing the banality of our existence is tested. Buddhism has many resources for facing crisis, but there is another tradition that is just as good, … Continue reading 66. IBP: Facing the Coronavirus: the practising life in a time of crisis
In solidarity with everyone in need of inspiring interaction in this time of the COVID-19 crisis, Incite Seminars is making all seminars and groups online and FREE.
Please visit our site for information.
Our upcoming schedule:
March 21: “Why the Debt Strike is Not Impossible”
with Joshua Ramey
March 28: “How We Remained Human
with Alexander Wilson
March 30: (Non)Buddhist Practice Posse
Keep an eye on our calendar.
And please join us!
This is...The Ideological Turn On your marks, get Set, Go! Yes, yes, a new turn has been churned out of the creative imagination of yours truly in accordance with the tradition of The Great Feast. Three diners sit around this turn’s table and it’s a rather European affair. Two Frenchmen and an Italian hold centre … Continue reading The Ideological Turn; new podcast episode challenges Buddhists
Podcast meets Podcast. Adam Robbert from the Sideview boards the Imperfect Buddha to discuss the work of Pierre Hardot, author of Philosophy as a Way of Life, along with a long list of our shared favourite topics. We get into the nitty-gritty of the practising life, contemplation, reflection, embodied consciousness and martial arts, the path … Continue reading 64. IBP: Adam Robbert on Philosophy as a Way of Life