Sangha Night: The Sound of One Hand (Hybrid)
The Sound of One Hand - Interview with Satyadasa
For Satyadasa the Buddhist path has been fulfilling and often joyous, but also full of doubts and obstacles. What does it mean to be a Buddhist in the West in the twenty-first century? And is being born with one hand a curse – or a blessing?
Come and join us for a special evening as we welcome Satyadasa to the CBC and interview him about his latest book.
Satyadasa is a lawyer, health coach and member of the Triratna Buddhist Order since 2011. He teaches at the London Buddhist Centre, leads retreats and is currently the Buddhist tutor at Eton College. He lives with his family in East London.
You can purchase his book from our bookshop or online from his website.
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