A fellow Buddhist called Sherab Sengge (also known as Peter Campbell-Kelly), practicing in a Tibetan tradition, offers this video of himself playing a sublime piece of music on solo violin. He describes it as “a musical prayer to the Buddhas for the well-being of all, in this desperately difficult pandemic…“.
To go with the performance he also wrote the following poem:
Our songs of sadness touch The dry-deep scars of earth
By Saddhammapradip on Mon, 16 Nov, 2020 - 21:01Ritual for Late Dh. Shildarshi by his Family members. Shobhit elder son with two sisters and wife Dhammamitra
Dh. Aryasambhava led sevenfold puja with Dh. Jnanaghosh.
Offered by Alobhin, Ambaranta, Nagadipa and friends
This retreat is open to all who have an interest in celebrating and exploring generosity, practicing together as an International community and rejoicing in Triratna Volunteers. It is y/our opportunity to explore and celebrate the myriad ways generosity...
By Sophie_WLBCPublicity on Thu, 5 Nov, 2020 - 20:15
This retreat runs from 15 – 21 November. Register in advance for this event using this LINK. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event.
In this online meditation retreat we will be taking a fresh look at the main practices taught within Triratna with the aim of connecting to the inner spirit at their heart. We will explore how the Mindfulness of Breathing, Metta Bhavana, Just Sitting and mantra chanting all share the single...
In commemoration of the second death anniversary of Urgyen Sangharakshita, Urgyen House is pleased to offer a new video blog. Dharmachari Paramartha recalls Bhante Sangharakshita’s final days and, from the video archive, Bhante recounts a remarkable event in Kalimpong, India.
Urgyen House is a project dedicated to ensuring the long-term preservation of Sangharakshita’s collection of books, letters, papers, thangkas and artefacts as well as the building in which he spent the last years of his life.
Really feel delighted to see video showing documentation which Bhante/Urygen Sangharakshita had with Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar as well as talk which has inspire us during his last visit to India in 1992.
We personally had not seen Babasaheb, but because of Urygen Sangharakshita able to understand and practice Buddha’s Teaching as per Babasaheb vision.
We really thankful to - “Vidyadevi introduces the work of the literary executors and her work as series editor of Sangharakshita’s Complete Works. In particular we take a closer look at the latest volume in production -...
By Saddhammapradip on Mon, 19 Oct, 2020 - 06:50Walk back home through pleasant rice field, narrow path, new red leaves, with old tree, purple flowers, sound of water stream, yellow Aboli(silence) flower, a white small flower stem and finely spread water during raining season.