A Unifying Perspective in the Contemporary World
WHAT IS BESHARA?
BESHARA is a name for the perspective that there is only one, unique existence, expressing itself infinitely as a gift of love.
The potential to realise this truth lies within every human heart.
The awakening of this potential is the aim of the education at Beshara.
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November 28, 2018 (7pm)
Heart of Hawick Cinema & Theatre, Hawick, Scottish Borders
The award-winning documentary on the inspirational life of Akong Rinpoche, co-founder of the first Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the West, at Eskdalemuir. Introduced by Executive Producer Vin Harris, and followed by a panel discussion with Q&A. Proceeds to the Akong Memorial Foundation.
December 1, 2018 (2–5pm)
The October Gallery, London
An afternoon seminar studying the chapter on ‘The Wisdom of Being in the Word of David’ from Ibn ‘Arabi’s Fusus al-Hikam (The Bezels of Wisdom).
A report by Beshara Australia on the talks and course presented by Jane Clark during her visit to Australia. August-September 2018.
Kathy Tiernan, author of “Place of Repose: A tale of St Cuthbert’s Last Journey” and alumni of the Beshara School will be leading a five-day study tour in September 2018 tracing the saint’s life in Northumbria. Cuthbert, who lived from 634 to 687, is remembered as monk, bishop and hermit of Lindisfarne.
The Beshara Trust is sad to announce the deaths of two long-standing friends, Mhairi MacMillan and Colin Looker.