To Meditate is to stop, be present and acknowledge gently and fully what is going on. And then to turn the mind, supported by kindness towards the object you have chosen whether it be one’s breath, kindness or anything else.
By doing this we gradually create a mind imbued with those qualities: friendliness, spaciousness, calm, attentiveness …….
I hope you can join us for meditation this week: Thursday 7 - 8 pm Sunday 8 - 9 am ...
Embracing the Winter of Things Sundays, January 7 - February 25, 9.30am-12pm
This Sunday we launch a new series for January and February: Embracing the Winter of Things. The depths of winter create a context for us to sit still and just be with the passage of the seasons, accepting endings and considering new beginnings.
Join us for meditation and the first in an eight-week series of exploration into how we can find beauty through paying attention to impermanence and the nature of things....
Inspired by Buddhist values, Karuna exists to end caste-based discrimination, poverty and inequality in India and Nepal. Our work with individuals focuses on education, dignified livelihoods and gender equality, transforming communities and changing society.
Over 80% of Karuna’s £1.8m income is generated by volunteer fundraisers through our door-to-door appeals. The purpose of this role is to support our current women’s appeals through training and inspiring our volunteers.
It is anticipated that the successful candidate will:
We hope you had a good start to the new year. We’d like to share some of the highlights coming up for Windhorse Publications in 2018.
The Complete Works of Sangharakashita
Four new volumes of the Complete Works of Sangharakshita are coming in March, in time for celebrations around the 50th anniversary of the Triratna Order, which was founded by Sangharakshita. These are: