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Dharmachakra is Looking for an Experienced Junior or Senior Developer

From Jobs, Volunteering & Communities on Mon, 17 Feb, 2020 - 17:40

Dharmachakra is Looking for an Experienced Junior or Senior Developer

From Jobs, Volunteering & Communities on Mon, 17 Feb, 2020 - 17:40

Dharmachakra (the team behind The Buddhist Centre Online and Free Buddhist Audio) is expanding as we turn our attention to building and maintaining Triratna web sites and services that work beautifully on mobile and across all devices.

We’re looking for an experienced junior or senior developer.

If the thought of helping us spread the Dharma around the world excites you, we’d love to hear it! We’re looking for enthusiastic, motivated, highly skilled and confident developers who have a passion for...

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A comment from the Triratna Buddhist Community regarding the Observer article of 16th February 2020

From Adhisthana Kula on Sun, 16 Feb, 2020 - 22:31

A comment from the Triratna Buddhist Community regarding the Observer article of 16th February 2020

From Adhisthana Kula on Sun, 16 Feb, 2020 - 22:31

The Triratna Buddhist Order is committed to acting in accordance with Buddhist ethical guidelines, including those on avoiding sexual misconduct.

We take the reports of our founder Sangharakshita’s sexual relations extremely seriously and have undertaken a great deal of investigation into what took place. We have been transparent about the findings, outlined in detail on our website: Triratna Controversy FAQ

Sangharakshita published his own apology in 2016. Although the police confirmed in...

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Dharmabyte: Death is Uncharted Territory

From Free Buddhist Audio on Mon, 3 Feb, 2020 - 14:00

There is something profoundly natural and ordinary about death, and yet something quite mysterious. Where do we go? What actually happens? Who or what are we when alive? Nothing changed, from the Buddha’s point of view. Vimalavajri offers reflections on the ultimate unknown, the ultimate mystery, death, inspired by the glimpses of awakening depicted in the Mahaparinibbana Sutta.

Excerpted from the talk entitled The Way to the Beyond given at Bristol Buddhist Centre, 2016.

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Adhisthana Intensive - course for young women

From Triratna Young Buddhists on Thu, 6 Feb, 2020 - 12:06

Adhisthana Intensive - course for young women

From Triratna Young Buddhists on Thu, 6 Feb, 2020 - 12:06

A 3 month residential course at Adhisthana providing an opportunity to work, live as a community study, and develop friendships.

The course is designed to provide a multi-faceted training, where you will have the opportunity to experience all parts of your life as a spiritual practice. This will include daily work periods, living as a community, deepening friendships, and community living. Study will support this aim, emphasising the mythic dimension, developing positive emotion and supporting the ability to work with our mental...

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Mainland Europe Young Buddhist Convention 29-31 May 2020

From Triratna Young Buddhists on Thu, 6 Feb, 2020 - 15:06

Mainland Europe Young Buddhist Convention 29-31 May 2020

From Triratna Young Buddhists on Thu, 6 Feb, 2020 - 15:06

Many of us feel like we are living in uncertain and fast-moving times. Separation and polarization seem to be the trend rather than coming-together and unity. The future looks more and more insecure. Yet, the Buddha taught that this has always been the case.

We as young Buddhist practitioners are curious to find out what perspective the Buddha’s teaching has on our world today.

Join us here in Berlin for the Mainland Europe Young Buddhist Convention, where we come together to create community, practice...

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FBA Podcast: Working With Adversity

From Free Buddhist Audio on Sat, 11 Jan, 2020 - 14:00

When things go wrong in our life we can see them as an obstacle to an ideal spiritual life feel we should be leading. But there’s another way of looking at difficulties, and instead of trying to get rid of difficulties, we could be welcoming them as opportunities. 

Vajratara  draws on the Tibetan Mind Training tradition, as well as the Pali Suttas to examine how we can make adversity our teacher and the ground in which wisdom...

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Sikkha Project Event - Building a Contagious Buddhist Centre

From The Sikkha Project on Thu, 16 Jan, 2020 - 15:08

Sikkha Project Event - Building a Contagious Buddhist Centre

From The Sikkha Project on Thu, 16 Jan, 2020 - 15:08

Friday 24th - Sunday 26th April 2020, at Sheffield Buddhist Centre.
Accommodation provided. Free.

How do we create a culture in our centres that is attractive to people coming along, builds a generous community that feels part of a common project, and inspires the people who work within it?

Over this weekend we will be exploring this question drawing on the experience...

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Windhorse Publications' review of the year

From Windhorse Publications on Tue, 31 Dec, 2019 - 09:00

Windhorse Publications' review of the year

From Windhorse Publications on Tue, 31 Dec, 2019 - 09:00

As 2019 rolls to a close, we thought we’d look back at Windhorse Publications’ highlights of the year, as well as looking ahead to 2020.

LOOKING BACK AT 2019

What we’ve published this year

This year we’ve released eight new titles, covering a wide range of themes and appealing to a broad readership, from the complete newcomer to Buddhism to the experienced practitioner:

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Recipe: Vegan Tempeh and Cranberry Pot Pie

From Vegan Buddhist! on Thu, 12 Dec, 2019 - 19:25

Recipe: Vegan Tempeh and Cranberry Pot Pie

From Vegan Buddhist! on Thu, 12 Dec, 2019 - 19:25

I split a weekly CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) share - a veg box! - with my husband and another friend. I love that it gives us local produce throughout the year, connects us to the landscape and the seasons where we live, and the farmers who provide our food, and is much more environmentally friendly than getting all our fruit & veg from the grocery store. 

In our last November share, we were given a surprise bag of...

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The 12 Days of FBA: 5,000 Talks and Counting!

From Free Buddhist Audio on Fri, 27 Dec, 2019 - 16:02

The 12 Days of FBA: 5,000 Talks and Counting!

From Free Buddhist Audio on Fri, 27 Dec, 2019 - 16:02

Our gift to you, now and all year round, is over 5,000 talks that are free to access, from an ever-widening circle of practitioners on topics ranging from mindfulness to early Buddhism to the Bodhisattva Ideal to the environment to Zen and the art of living well. You’ll find thoughtful reflections, experienced instruction around meditation and ethics, and always beautifully considered responses to what’s happening in the world around us. You’ll meet beings of many kinds, opening up their lives...