Posted by Sadayasihi to Triratna News on Mon, 20 Aug, 2018 - 11:00
“It’s just gorgeous - the candlelit evenings in the rainbow tent with friends gathering, onion bhajis, chai and music”.
The Buddhafield East Café sells tea, vegan cakes and onion bhajis to raise money for Buddhist projects. The people working in the café get a ticket into the Buddhafield Festival, and they form a team-based right livelihood for a week - meditating, tuning in with each other each day and having fun together as they work. This Newsbyte...
Trustees for Tara Sanctuary and Natural Burial Ground
We are seeking two new Trustees for this Triratna Charity. (Charity Trustees are volunteers, ie it’s not a paid role).
The Charity will be setting up a new right livelihood, creating a beautiful ecological burial ground and retreat site: a place to honour death and the preciousness of life. We are still in the initial phase of looking for suitable land near Bristol, UK. See below for our Mission Statement. See also our website ...
The Challenge works by acquiring pledges to match gifts made to the charity on a specific week in November/December. These gifts may be matched again by The BigGive’s own philanthropist Champions, meaning the potential for gifts made in that week to be quadrupled.
We are hoping to acquire pledges to matchfund (send no money now) amounting to £2500.
Buddhafield East Cafe goes from strength to strength, moving to the heart of the field at this years Buddhafield Festival. Clear Vision spends a few days with them to see how they make baking cakes into a spiritual practice.
Vajragupta and Prajnaketu in conversation on Karuna appeals as a unique context for Dharma practice - sitting in the gap, getting immediate feedback door-to-door, moving towards difficulties, getting ourselves out of the way to make something beyond us possible…