Come and join Buddhafield for our big winter event! A spacious, month-long journey through the Six Elements of earth, water, fire, air, space and consciousness. We will meet them in our daily lives, wherever we find ourselves. You can dip in as much or as little as you’d like.
There’s a wonderful programme of meditation; bodywork; dharma and other talks; workshops, poetry, music and dance. Regular emails to participants and a Facebook Event page.
Individuality: Self-Contained and Boundless (Online Order/Mitra event from Adhisthana) Led by Ratnaguna and Saddhanandi 17-21 February
Am I an individual, or just part of the group?
This is a question we need to keep trying to penetrate more deeply whether we are a Mitra or an Order member. It is a question that is central to the development of a saṅgha, a spiritual community, no individuals, no saṅgha. Any consideration of what the saṅgha is must therefore include as full an understanding as...
This giveaway ties in with an online retreat Paramananda will be leading from 15 -21 January called ‘The Alchemical Heart’. Paramananda writes: ‘This online retreat tailored for home practice will offer an experiential approach to meditation, with an emphasis on the relationship between...
Srimala has played a crucial part in the life of the Triratna Buddhist Order – as Public and Private Preceptor, as College Member, and as beloved friend to so many. What many people may not know about her is that for years now she has been writing poems about her life, about living at Maes Gwyn in Wales, about her family and friends, about her partner Subhuti, and about hedgehogs, toast and the lack of marmalade.
USAPST 06.00 | Mexico 08.00 | USAEST 09.00 | IE&UK 14.00 | Europe 15.00 CET | India 19.30
Event duration: 2 hours 45 minutes
Invitation We have now left 2020 behind and are looking forward to the future. Let’s focus on the beautiful and joyful for a few hours and join us in an innovative and celebratory online fundraising event. All proceeds will go to The Precious Jewel Appeal.
We’re delighted to announce that in May we’ll be publishing I Hear Her Words: An Introduction to Womenin Buddhism by Alice Collett.
Core Buddhist doctrines and ethical formulations provide no justification for the notion that women are inferior to men. However, Buddhism was born and took root in ancient and medieval societies that held traditional views of women. In this way, social and cultural norms positioning women as inferior to men found their way into Buddhist tradition and some Buddhist texts. As...