The Australian Association of Buddhist Chaplains and Psychotherapists is pleased to present ‘Buddhist Chaplaincy’ seminar at Ross House, Flinders Lane, Melbourne, on Sunday 1 March 2020 from 2 – 4 pm.
The theme of the afternoon session will be,
Looking at spiritual care in prisons and hospitals through the lens of the five aggregates. Shared stories
of appreciation and change through Buddhist teachings in acute arenas of suffering.
About the presenter:
Hojun Futen has been a Buddhist monk for the last eleven years. The majority of that time was in the Soto Zen tradition with five years studying highest yoga tantra in the Sakya tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Since 2013 Hojun has worked as a Buddhist chaplain in both prisons and hospitals (previously Royal Melbourne Hospital and currently the Austin Repat working with PTSD patients) and for the past five years has coordinated spiritual care for the Buddhist Council of Victoria.
Sunday, 1 March, 2 – 4 pm.
Venue: Rainbow Room, Ross House, 247-251 Flinders Lane, Melbourne CBD.
The security code for the day … … (enrol and receive the code)
The afternoon will include a guided meditation and group discussion.
Cost: $15 (cash only)
To book, please contact Anja at firstname.lastname@example.org, or ring 0439 389 554.
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