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Introducing 'Cyberloka' by Prajnaketu

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 25 May, 2022 - 10:00

Introducing 'Cyberloka' by Prajnaketu

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 25 May, 2022 - 10:00

Dhammamegha here. I’m very pleased to be writing to tell you about a new book we will publish in November, and to ask you to be part of making it happen. The book has been written by Prajnaketu, and it’s called Cyberloka: A Buddhist Guide to Digital Life.

This book is just what we need right now when our capacity to deal creatively with being online so much hasn’t caught up with the amazing technology and media we’re using. Through...

Buddhist Centre Features
Buddhist Centre Features

The Sound of One Hand (The Buddhist Centre Podcast, Episode 428)

By Centre Team on Fri, 29 Apr, 2022 - 00:06

Sometimes a new Dharma book turns up that manages to seem both effortlessly profound and very funny. Of course, Satyadasa’s The Sound of One Hand is actually the product of hard-won experience, and we’re delighted to welcome him to the podcast to talk about his wonderful memoir as a tale of struggle, inspiration and the meeting of twin lineages in his life: Dharma practice and family. 

We hear Satyadasa’s account of the challenges and joys to be had figuring out...

Windhorse Publications
Windhorse Publications

Windhorse Publications' biggest sale yet!

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 27 Apr, 2022 - 10:00

Windhorse Publications' biggest sale yet!

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 27 Apr, 2022 - 10:00

We’re thrilled to announce our Spring Sale. With 40% off more than 30 titles, there’s something for everyone. But hurry — the sale ends at 23:59 BST on Monday, 2nd May.

Browse the sale

Buddhist Centre Features
Buddhist Centre Features

Seeing It Better: A Review of 'After Cézanne' by Maitreyabandhu

By Vishvapani on Thu, 21 Apr, 2022 - 17:26

Seeing It Better: A Review of 'After Cézanne' by Maitreyabandhu

By Vishvapani on Thu, 21 Apr, 2022 - 17:26

After Cézanne,
By Maitreyabandhu,
Bloodaxe, 2019

Review by Vishvapani
Maitreyabandhu’s most recent poetry collection reflects on Cézanne’s paintings and is a subtle meditation on the possibilities of art and perception

The epigraph of Maitreyabandhu’s most recent collection After Cézanne is a quote from a letter the artist sent to Emile Bernard in 1904: ‘Talking about art is virtually useless.’ That challenges the fifty-plus poems in the collection, which all relate directly or indirectly to Cézanne’s painting and are generously...

Windhorse Publications
Windhorse Publications

Our latest news

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 20 Apr, 2022 - 11:45

Our latest news

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 20 Apr, 2022 - 11:45

Today we’re offering a sneak peek into another of the upcoming volumes in Sangharakshita’s Complete Works, and the next instalment in our Team Picks series, where members of the Windhorse Publications team review a Windhorse book that they’ve enjoyed reading. We also have news about a popular book of Sangharakshita’s that’s now back in print.

Sneak peek: Through Buddhist Eyes

The next three volumes in The Complete Works of Sangharakshita are due for publication in late July / early August. A few...

Windhorse Publications
Windhorse Publications

We've started a podcast!

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 6 Apr, 2022 - 11:00

We've started a podcast!

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 6 Apr, 2022 - 11:00

Dhammamegha here again. I was in my teens and having a bit of a rough time when I first had a spontaneous experience of great expansiveness and love. It was suffused with peace and proved to be a turning point in my life.

Before the Internet, and relying on a small suburban library in Cape Town, I looked for anything that might resonate with that experience. And that’s when I found my first Dharma books. They helped me to keep in touch...

Buddhist Centre Features
Buddhist Centre Features

The Sound of One Hand by Satyadasa: Review by Vishvapani

By Vishvapani on Tue, 5 Apr, 2022 - 16:12

The Sound of One Hand by Satyadasa: Review by Vishvapani

By Vishvapani on Tue, 5 Apr, 2022 - 16:12

The Sound of One Hand
By Satyadasa
Yakhorn Press, 2022

Like Satyadasa I’ve been a part of the Triratna Buddhist Community for the whole of my adult life. He’s about a decade younger than me, but many of the Triratna experiences he describes in The Sound of One Hand are shared. Like me, David (as Satyadasa is called up to his ordination) grew up in the middle-class South London suburbs and had an Oxbridge education before pitching into...

Buddhist Centre Features
Buddhist Centre Features

It's Not Out There (The Buddhist Centre Podcast, Episode 425)

By Centre Team on Fri, 25 Mar, 2022 - 20:10

Most of us constantly look outside ourselves for something: happiness, love, contentment. But this something is not out there. ‘It’ is within us.

We’re joined this week by Buddhist teacher and mentor, Danapriya, author of ‘It’s Not Out There’. Most of us constantly look outside ourselves for something: happiness, love, contentment. But this something is not out there. ‘It’ is within us. We are full of these qualities: happiness, love, contentment and more.

In ‘It’s Not Out There’,...

Windhorse Publications
Windhorse Publications

Introducing 'The Promise of a Sacred World'

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 23 Mar, 2022 - 07:00

Introducing 'The Promise of a Sacred World'

By Helen - Windhor... on Wed, 23 Mar, 2022 - 07:00

Dhammamegha here. Every few years we receive a manuscript that has been growing for decades within the author; a book that breaks new ground and offers a fresh and considered engagement with one of the Buddhist classics.

Bhikkhu Anālayo did this with Satipaṭṭhāna, through his translations and commentaries on the four foundations of mindfulness. Ratnaguna and Śraddhāpa did this with practice and awakening in the Pure Land Sutras in Great Faith, Great Wisdom. In 2019 we published David...

Buddhist Centre Features
Buddhist Centre Features

Buddhism for Teens (The Buddhist Centre Podcast, Episode 424)

By Centre Team on Sat, 12 Mar, 2022 - 10:13

We are delighted to announce a new episode of The Buddhist Centre Podcast, marking the start of a new season of curated conversations.

We begin the new season with some role reversal! Instead of his usual place hosting guests, Dhammamegha from Windhorse Publications puts Candradasa in the hot seat to talk about his new book, ‘Buddhism for Teens’, just published by Rockridge Press.

Download a sample chapter and get a copy of ‘Buddhism for Teens’

It’s not always easy for teenagers to...

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