Posted by Liz_Bassett to FutureDharma on Thu, 10 Aug, 2017 - 16:58
Q. There’s no shortage of Dharma materials available online, right? So why is the buddhistcentre.com so important?
Used by 60,000 people every month, free of charge, thebuddhistcentre.com is for everyone.
It brings us together. Regardless of where we live we can share a wealth of news, video, talks and led meditations. It’s an online space where we can communicate, learn, and support each other in our practice - even attend a mitra ceremony!
In June 2017, Buddhistisches Tor Berlin hosted the first European Mainland Young Buddhist Convention, attended by 70 young people aged from 18 to 35. Organiser Hannah and contributor Prasadacharin tell us all about the event. Video created by the amazing Clear Vision Trust.
In June 2017, Buddhistisches Tor Berlin hosted the first European Mainland Young Buddhist Convention, attended by 70 young people aged from 18 to 35. Organiser Hannah and contributor Prasadacharin tell us all about the event.
How do we lead rich and meaningful spiritual lives in the context of parenting? In this short video, Sara Burns (Karunagita) talks about the opportunities and challenges of being a parent from a Buddhist perspective.
Sara attended the Buddhafields Family Friendly Retreat again in 2013 to give a talk on parenting and share her experiences as the parent of two older teenagers, reflecting back on the road she has travelled thus far.
You can find and purchase Karunagita’s book, A Path...
Posted by Liz_Bassett to FutureDharma on Wed, 12 Jul, 2017 - 16:37
Each month we’re going to bring you news from one of our amazing projects that you help make possible. So, for July, here’s a smasher - India Dhamma Trust’s Young People’s Projects:
In India engagement with Buddhism gives some of the most disadvantaged people in society an opportunity to transform their lives and their communities. Dedicated Ordination teams and Dhamma teachers help provide the conditions for thousands of people to practice Buddhism. An ageing Indian movement however is no longer attracting...
We have highlighted this post from the fantastic new Successful Community Living space - be sure to follow it as we’re certain it will continue to provide inspiration and advice on this super important topic.
In this video meet Saddhamani from Paris, France, who used to live at Padmaloka Retreat Centre in Norfolk, England. He gives a lovely, personal account of the role of friendship in his own life as part of a wider community of Buddhists supporting each other in...
Posted by Charlotte Lawes to Triratna News on Tue, 4 Jul, 2017 - 13:32
New View Residential is looking for a new team member to join a dynamic and professional Team-Based Right Livelihood in Cambridge.
Team-based Right Livelihood’s offer fantastic opportunities to deepen our practice with other Buddhists, integrate our values into our every day lives more fully, and contribute our energy and skills to projects that have a positive impact on the world.
New View Residential is one such organisation, and is now advertising a new position for a man or woman to join it.