WBU SUNDAY FORUM – DECEMBER 2007
Programme: WBU Sunday Forum
Topic; “ONENESS SPIRITUALITY:
Buddhism and Deep Ecology And a Course in Miracles (ACIM)”
Date & Time December 2, B.E.2550 (2007) 12.00 -13.30 p.m.
Speaker; Dr.Daniel H. Henning
About the Topic
Separation, ego individualism, and special relationships often lie at the basis of greed, anger/aversion, and delusion behind the causal elements of societal and environmental problems. Yet these causal problems can be considered under an Oneness spirituality of interrelationships through Buddhism, Deep Ecology (Spiritual Environmentalism), and A Course in Miracles (ACIM) (a relatively new spiritual religion or course) on a holistic basis, including similarities such as non-self, impermanence, illusions, etc. A brief summary and analysis will be considered for these three areas as they relate to Oneness Spirituality and to each other.
Daniel H. Henning, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus of Environmental Affairs, Montana State University, Billings, and Distinguished Scholar of Buddhism and Deep Ecology, World Buddhist University, Bangkok. A past Senior Fulbright Research Scholar and a current Fulbright Senior Specialist (environment), he has written numerous books and articles, including MANAGING THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS (Duke University Press), BUDDHISM AND DEEP ECOLOGY and TREE TALK AND TALES (Authorhouse). He has been a student of A Course in Miracles for over 20 years.
Dr. Henning has over 15 years of experience in studying and working with Buddhism, Deep Ecology, and tropical forests/biodiversity in Asia, and often living in Buddhist Forest Monasteries, including as an ordained Monk in Myanmar (Burma). www.danielhhenningphd.blogspot.com [note: the linked blog refers to an earlier talk in March ]
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Tel. (662) 296-7311 ext 217
Place; Meeting Room, the World Buddhist University, 3rd floor, WFB Headquarters Bldg., in Benjasiri Park, Sukhumvit 24, Bangkok, and 10110 Thailand. (5 Minutes from Prompong BTS Station)
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