BRN logo

Academy Teachers

Academy Schedule

Academy Videos

Academy Teachers

Academy Podcasts

Enroll in the Academy


Select a Teacher




Caroline Brazier

Caroline Brazier

Caroline Brazier is a therapist, writer and trainer whose work focuses on Buddhist approaches to mental health. Author of seven books on Buddhism, psychotherapy and ecotherapy, she takes a holistic view of compulsive and addictive processes, underpinned by the core teachings on our human condition, and offers positive and practical views of ways to work with them.


  • January 6th 2019Greed, Hate and Delusion: A Buddhist Theory of Everything

    “We are all addicted. We all plan our escapes from the existential angst of modern life. Some of us are just a bit more subtle about it than others. Buddhist psychology is the study of avoidance and addiction. Through the processes commonly known as the three poisons and popularly translated as 'greed, hate and delusion' we avoid the reality of suffering and responsibility by choosing our particular poisons, and in so doing we generate further levels of misery for ourselves. With a myriad variations on the old theme, we set ourselves apart psychologically from our troubled times; an action which is devastating to all our futures on a planet overburdened by consumption and conflict as well as to our personal well-being. In this talk I will be offering some basic insights derived from this Buddhist understanding and some pointers which Buddhism offers for unhooking from these pernicious processes, both at the personal and the collective level.”