Here Saddhanandi revisits Sangharakshita’s own take on the problems faced by practitioners in a contemporary spiritual community. And, with the help of a good sprinkling of quotes and stories from other traditions, she explores the nature...
Here, Nagabodhi recounts his favorite memories of his time with Dhardo Rinpoche in Kalimpong, expresses his feelings about the strengthening power of stupa building for centers, and ties it all together with a reminder of the central role of sangha in the Triratna Community. Lovely introducation and conclusion by Dayalocana.
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By dhivan thomas jones on Fri, 21 Jun, 2019 - 12:56
(Posted on behalf of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies:)
This summer, Prof. Gombrich will run another Advanced Pali reading course in Oxford in August. The dates for this course are as follows: arrive Wednesday evening, 14th August, depart Friday morning 23rd August. There will be no class on Sunday 18th August. This course will be unlike the introductory course. It will mainly consist of reading texts together in class. This year that will include poetry and commentaries; some texts will be distributed in advance.
Sometimes when I’m sitting in the meditation room at Jayakula, our Buddhist community house in Coogee and someone enters or leaves the space I adjust my posture. And I adjust it because I want to be seen having a good meditation posture. I want to be taken seriously as a practitioner.
Women GFR Retreat from 15th to 20th June 19. Attended by 35 Mitra. Led by Dhni. Shubhaja, Dhni. Abhayvati, Dhni. Kamalcitta, Dhni Mokshasara, Dhni. Maitridarshani and Dhni. Danacitta.
Four Reflection by Atisha
1. Looking at Fault of samsara
2. Impermanence and death
3. Life is precious
4. Heir of karma
A l’occasion du mois d’action bouddhiste, Ujumani a donné une conférence sur le thème « Éthique bouddhique et environnement ». Ujumani explore les liens entre enseignement bouddhiste, préceptes et respect de l’environnement … ainsi que les pistes pour mieux vivre cette interdépendance.