Naropastudents

Contemplative Engagement: The Development of Buddhist Chaplaincy in the United States & Its Meaning for Japan

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Jonathan S. Watts Rev. Hitoshi Jin The Rinbutsuken Institute for Engaged Buddhism (臨床仏教研究所)  Skip to: Part 2: Understanding “Spiritual Care” Part 3: Introducing “Contemplative Care” Part 4: The Role of Medical Professionals in Spiritual and Contemplative Care Part 5: Shifting from the Individual to the System Part 6: Conclusion: Lessons and Challenges for Japan Introduction The Rinbutsuken Institute for Engaged […]

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Eco-Temple Community Development Project

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International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB) Interfaith Climate and Ecology network (ICE) Eco-Temple Community Development Project Background: The Interfaith Climate and Ecology network (ICE) of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB) was initiated in 2012 after many years of individual members in the INEB network engaging in a wide variety of Buddhist/faith based environmental […]