Welcome to Adhisthana

“From its literal meaning of a site, residence, or position, the word Adhisthana is then applied to the power pertaining to such a position. It can therefore mean the power which belongs to divine forms, and in this sense comes near to the conception of ‘grace’. It can also refer to the power that is experienced in meditation or through the recitation of mantras. In that it may be transmitted by a spiritual teacher to his disciples, it may also be translated as ‘blessing’…”

Adhisthana was the last home of Sangharakshita, and where he is buried. It is a home for the whole movement, where people from all over the world come together to meet, study and practice together.


highlights

From 4 March - 22 April we are...

One day a devotee asked...

27 August – 17 December 2024...

It’s been a significant year...

How do you find out what is the case...