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Tibetan Buddhism in the UK

Not long ago I had a conversation with the assistant Human Resources director of an NHS Trust. She was defending a course running at her hospital which was designed to promote spiritual values.

Mike Taylor

I challenged her on the grounds that the course was promoting panspiritualist religion under the guise of helping people to work better in the Health Service. My argument was that the promotion of such things is fair enough, but that it should be made explicit and not hidden behind vague terminology like ‘spirituality’.