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Cambridge Buddhist Centre
Cambridge Buddhist Centre

Looking Ahead

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Cambridge Buddhist Centre on Mon, 24 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
As part of celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the founding of Triratna, Maitridaka - one of our youngest and recently ordained Order members - looks forward to the next 50 years.
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Birmingham Buddhist Centre
Birmingham Buddhist Centre

Story of a Foolish Person: My Life In Triratna

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Birmingham Buddhist Centre on Mon, 24 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
Story of a foolish person: how i was given a precious jewel, lost it and then found it again. Join Ratnaguna for a fresh, humourous and soulful look at his life within Triratna. Given on Triratna's 50th anniversary. Ends with a series of reflections comparing how the movement was then, how it is now and what we can learn from these two perespectives.
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Cambridge Buddhist Centre
Cambridge Buddhist Centre

Dr BR Amedkar, Urgyen Sangharakshita and Entering the Stream of the Dhamma

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Cambridge Buddhist Centre on Mon, 24 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
A talk from Mahamati, who is the President of Karuna Trust and Secretary to Sangharakshita, on 'the greatest Indian', Dr B.R. Ambedkar, as part of Ambedkar Day celebrations.
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Cambridge Buddhist Centre
Cambridge Buddhist Centre

Looking Back - Pictures of the Past

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Cambridge Buddhist Centre on Mon, 24 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
As part of celebrating 50 years of Triratna, Vessantara looks back to the early days of the movement.
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Padmaloka Retreat Centre
Padmaloka Retreat Centre

Anapanasati Retreat - Padmaloka 2017

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Padmaloka Retreat Centre on Tue, 18 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
The Anapanasati meditation practice and Four Foundations of Mindfulness are woven into a system of practice which when developed and cultivated is of great fruit and great benefit. Based on the Buddha's principal discourse on the subject found in the Anapanasati sutta of the Pali Canon, we explore our human experience rooted in the six senses; from the perspective of body, feeling and mind in the context of mindfulness with breathing. This series of talks was given by Guhyavajra during the 2017 Anapanasati meditation retreat at Padmaloka.
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Bristol Buddhist Centre
Bristol Buddhist Centre

Gift of a Golden Net

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Bristol Buddhist Centre on Sun, 16 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
The second of a symposium of talks on Sangharakshita's poem The Four Gifts,for a celebration of the Triratna Buddhist Community's 50th anniversary, at Bristol Buddhist Centre, April 2017. I come to you with four gifts. The first gift is a lotus-flower. Do you understand? My second gift is a golden net. Can you recognize it?
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Bristol Buddhist Centre
Bristol Buddhist Centre

Gift of a Lotus-Flower

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Bristol Buddhist Centre on Sun, 16 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
The first of a symposium of talks on Sangharakshita's poem The Four Gifts,for a celebration of the Triratna Buddhist Community's 50th anniversary, at Bristol Buddhist Centre, April 2017. I come to you with four gifts. The first gift is a lotus-flower. Do you understand?
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Bristol Buddhist Centre
Bristol Buddhist Centre

Gift of a Garden In a Wilderness

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Bristol Buddhist Centre on Sun, 16 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
The fourth of a symposium of talks on Sangharakshita's poem The Four Gifts,for a celebration of the Triratna Buddhist Community's 50th anniversary, at Bristol Buddhist Centre, April 2017. I come to you with four gifts. The first gift is a lotus-flower. Do you understand? My second gift is a golden net. Can you recognize it? My third gift is a shepherds’ round-dance. Do your feet know how to dance? My fourth gift is a garden planted in a wilderness. Could you work there? I come to you with four gifts. Dare you accept them?
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Bristol Buddhist Centre
Bristol Buddhist Centre

Gift of Shepherds' Round-Dance

Posted by Free Buddhist Audio to Bristol Buddhist Centre on Sun, 16 Apr, 2017 - 00:00
The third of a symposium of talks on Sangharakshita's poem The Four Gifts,for a celebration of the Triratna Buddhist Community's 50th anniversary, at Bristol Buddhist Centre, April 2017. I come to you with four gifts. The first gift is a lotus-flower. Do you understand? My second gift is a golden net. Can you recognize it? My third gift is a shepherds’ round-dance. Do your feet know how to dance?
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