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0 Autumn leassana Meditation Retreat with Tew Bunnag. The Salisbury Centre, 2 Salisbury Road, Newington, 667 5438. £35/£20.
0 Introduction to Macrobiotics 10am—6pm. Contact Patrick Gillon,
5 Steels Place, 447 3580. £10 inc meal i (wear loose comfortable clothing . and bring a blanket). An
introduction to the Macrobiotic way
3 of life and a chance to sample some of the classes offered by Macrobiotics Universal.
0 Travels ot a Naturalist Usher Hall 7.30pm. £6, £5, £4 and £2 from the Usher Hall Box Office, 228 1155. An illustrated lecture by Sir David Attenborough.
0 The Nature 01 Contlict Faculty Room North, David Hume Tower. 5.30pm. Free (supper and discussion afterwards for £1 .50) Talk by Dr
Diana Bates, Director and Medical
Advisor of Wellspring, Edinburgh.
WEDNESDAY 6 Glasgow
0 Four Week Introductory Meditation Course Glasgow Buddhist Centre, Sauchiehall Street, G2, 333 0524. £20. Two basic meditation practices taught by Dharmacari Uttara.
0 Scottish Film Council Dowanhill. Subverting Sexual Roles: Introduction to, viewing and discussion of ‘Dirty Mary’, directed by Nellie Kaplan in 1969 this is the second in the series of films selected by the Glasgow Women and Film Collective for its autumn course on female sexuality and the cinema. Further details front Quaine Bain, 339 2115.
THURSDAY 7 Edinburgh
0 The Struggle tor an Assembly Discussion in Leith Community Centre (in New Kirkgate Sh0pping
I Centre, foot of Leith Walk) 7.30pm.
i SATURDAY 9 : Glasgow
0 Day oi Action Pickering the South ' African Consulate. St George’s Place. llam—lpm.
I ! o Streetmeetlng No to Thatcher’s I Order, No to Thatcher’s Law. St l
Enoch Square Underground . Station. 2—4pm.
f Edinburgh 0 A Weekend at Relchian Therapy with William West. The Salisbury Centre,
2 Salisbury Road, Newington. Sat IOam—Spm, Sun 10.30am—5pm.
SUNDAY 10 Glasgow
0 Sangha Day The Glasgow Buddhist Centre, 329 Sauchiehall Street, 333 0524. 2—10.30pm. £5/£2.50inc meal.
0 Origins oi Human Aggression Faculty Room North, David Hume Tower 5.30pm. Talk by David Wasdell, of the Unit for Research into Changing Institutions, London.
EAST MEETS WEST
The Glasgow Buddhist Centre are celebrating Sangha Day on Sunday 10 November (see Listings). The Centre has been open since January 1983, and la run by the Friends oi the Western Buddhist Order. a movement set up In 1967 by Sangharakshita, an Englishman who had spent twenty years In India studying Buddhism. The r.w.e.o. do not adhere to any one Buddhist tradition. They organise meditation Instruction courses, retreats and karate classes in Glasgow, and In other parts at the country.
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