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Adhisthana Kula
Adhisthana Kula

Triratna Controversy FAQ

By Centre Team on Thu, 6 Dec, 2018 - 15:33

Version 2.0, published October 2018
- Added 14 new questions
- General minor textual changes to the introduction and text as part of incorporating the new questions.
- Correcting small details in older questions based on new information.
- Added a new section about the Triratna Panel Process work as part of Triratna Safeguarding.
- Updated the text to take account of Sangharakshita’s death in October 2018.


From the introduction 
We’ve assembled this FAQ in response...

The College of Public Preceptors
The College of Public Preceptors

Initiation into a New Life - Revised Version November 2018

By jyotika on Fri, 30 Nov, 2018 - 11:45

This post contains the final version of Initiation into a New Life. 

The introductory notes, written by Subhuti, give an explanation as to the necessity for this iteration.

With metta,
Jyotika
Assistant to the College of Public Preceptors
 

Sangharakshita Memorial Space
Sangharakshita Memorial Space

Extracts from a Puja for Urgyen Sangharakshita on the Evening of His Funeral and Burial

By Candradasa on Sun, 25 Nov, 2018 - 21:28

On the evening of Urgyen Sangharakshita’s funeral and burial, after the departure of most of the 1,200 guests, those who remained gathered together to perform a special, final sevenfold puja and close an extraordinary day. 

Padmavajra led the devotional ritual, specifically dedicated to Padmasambhava. In this extract we hear Surata reading verses to Vajrasattva known as ‘The Confounder of Hell’, followed by a rousing version of the Great Guru of Tibet’s mantra. 

Voices were uplifted and many offerings made: to say a last farewell...

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Buddhist Centre Features
Buddhist Centre Features

Podcast - Extracts from a Puja for Urgyen Sangharakshita on the Evening of His Funeral and Burial

By Candradasa on Sun, 25 Nov, 2018 - 21:25

On the evening of Urgyen Sangharakshita’s funeral and burial, after the departure of most of the 1,200 guests, those who remained gathered together to perform a special, final sevenfold puja and close an extraordinary day. 

Padmavajra led the devotional ritual, specifically dedicated to Padmasambhava. In this extract we hear Surata reading verses to Vajrasattva known as ‘The Confounder of Hell’, followed by a rousing version of the Great Guru of Tibet’s mantra. 

Voices were uplifted and many offerings made: to say a last farewell...

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Sangharakshita Memorial Space
Sangharakshita Memorial Space

Sangharakshita's funeral

By Bodhananda7@gma... on Tue, 20 Nov, 2018 - 14:49

Dear Order members and Sangha

I thought I’d like to share a compilation of some photos I took on the day of Bhante’s funeral. They are in the form of a short slide show with some music. 

I do hope you find this useful

with all warm wishes

Bodhananda

File NameSize
bhantes_funeral.m4v163.95 MB
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Glasgow Buddhist Centre
Glasgow Buddhist Centre

GBC Protection Policies and Ethical Guidelines

By Dassini on Tue, 13 Nov, 2018 - 08:12

Our Adult Protection Policy & Child Protection Policy

(Please note that in Scotland the term ‘protection’ is used instead of ‘safeguarding’. We occasionally use the word safeguarding if its usage helps the meaning be a little clearer.)

Our Ethical Guidelines

Like our Protection policies, it expresses our commitment to the 5 Ethical Precepts, and outlines how they are practiced.

Sangharakshita Memorial Space
Sangharakshita Memorial Space

Starting To Say Goodbye to Sangharakshita

By Candradasa on Sat, 10 Nov, 2018 - 00:22

A conversation with Candradasa, Munisha, Parami and Sthanashraddha towards the end of a strong week at Adhisthana, home of Urgyen Sangharakshita, who died last week at the age of 93. 

We talk about our personal relationships to the founder of the Triratna Buddhist sangha over decades, and the great change his passing represents for our community.

Join us online to begin saying farewell to a man whose long work for the Dharma transformed so many lives around the world for the good. ...

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