Satyadasa, Author of The Sound of One Hand, will be talking with Maitrisara on themes from his book, the first memoir published by Windhorse in many years.
Here’s what some order members have said about the book:
‘Satyadasa lays himself bare, revealing struggles, personal and spiritual that will be familiar to many of us, whilst also providing a truthful and inspiring account of a spiritual community as it matures.’ Subhuti
‘I really loved The Sound of One Hand. Satyadasa’s writing is both profound and moving as well as hilariously funny in places. I know this is an extraordinarily difficult balance to strike as a writer, and he does it with great success and skill. Whilst the tale is about the specifics of his life – being born with one hand and his engagement with Buddhism – it is also a beautifully written account of the archetypal human quest for meaning. I recommend it wholeheartedly.’ – Vidyamala
Come along to hear more. Copies of the book will be available to buy on the night.
At the heart of the Birmingham Buddhist Centre is a community of people that are exploring and practising Buddhism – this is the sangha. Every Thursday night is Sangha Night, where we come together to create a place of friendship, connection and depth, whilst enjoying collective meditation, Dharma and devotional practice.
No need to book. No charge – please make a donation.
Sangha night runs from 7:15 – 9:15pm every Thursday evening. Doors open at 7pm for a chance to chat and have tea before hand. Open to anyone who has completed an introductory course.