Basic Goodness or Original Sin? - Open House Talk

with Peter Conradi

November 14th

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    Room: London meditation hall

    'Coming from a tradition that stresses human goodness, it was something of a shock for me to encounter the Western tradition of original sin... One finds that a sense of guilt or being wounded is quite pervasive.'

    Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

     

    The Shambhala tradition proclaims that our basic nature is pure, open, intelligent and warm-hearted. What does it mean to assert this? Are there any parallels from Western tradition?

     

    Suggested Donation £10/£7 low wage/£5 concession

     

    Timings: Arrival 7pm, start 7.30pm, finish by 9pm