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I met Colin Crombie at a Celtic Connections workshop led by the folk singer Mick West. Colin told me he writes songs and I asked where I could hear them. He kindly sent me three he'd recorded a few years ago and I thought I'd try putting one of them with a few shots I took at Dhanakosa retreat centre last December
'Bhante's Elucidation Of The Dharma' - Ratnaguna, Simon Bradley, Gill Aitken and Richard Millington
Ratnaguna introduces an evening of short talks by himself and three Mitras: Simon Bradley, Gill Aitken and Richard Millington. Given during the Rainy Season Retreat at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 20th February 2014.
Bhante — Poetry, Myth and Imagination - 'Dhammadinna'
A talk by Dhammadinna given on the Rainy Season Retreat at Manchester Buddhist Centre on Wednesday 19th February 2014. Dhammadinna speaks about Sangharakshita and his emphasis on Imagination as a key to the spiritual life.
A talk given by Vidyadevi about her reflections on friendship with Sangharakshita and working with him on books based on his lectures and seminars, given during the Rainy Season Retreat at Manchester Buddhist Centre on Monday February 17th 2014
On the evening of the inauguration of Arthapriya as President of the Manchester Buddhist Centre Sangha the Chair Arthavadin introduces Arthapriya and speaks about the role of President, followed by Arthapriya introducing himself. Held at the Manchester Buddhist Centre on January 31st 2014.