"The awake person knows that they do not know what comes next"
Rev. Kaspalita is an ordained priest in the Order of Amida Buddha and is married to Rev. Satyavani Robyn, also a Buddhist priest.
As well as running Malvern Sangha together, they also run Writing Our Way Home, to help people slow down and fall in love with the world through writing.
Pureland Buddhism is a tradition which traces its roots back to the historical Buddha, who lived 2500 years ago in ancient India. Pureland travelled through China and into Japan, where in medieval times it became a powerful movement. From Japan, it travelled to the UK. In 1998 the Amida Order came into being when three people took vows with Dharmavidya.
In September 2010 Kaspalita and Satya moved to Malvern, and created a space for Pureland practice.
Free introductory e-course: Introduction to Pureland Buddhism: 16 lessons with regular tutor contact.
Wednesday night services: Malvern Sangha meets weekly for Buddhist practice and discussion followed by tea and biscuits and sometimes cake. Wednesdays at 7:30pm - 8:30pm at The Wheel of Life Centre, 6 North Malvern Road, WR14 4LT.
Retreats, study mornings etc: Keep an eye on our Facebook page to find out about these, or sign up to our mailing list.
Phone: 01684 572 444
Email email@example.com for more information about meetings, questions about what we are/do or just to say hello.
For more infomation, audio talks and discussions about social engagement, Pureland Buddhism, the arts and Buddhist psychology see Friends of Amida.