We have been gathering in the Glasgow Buddhist Centre to celebrate and honour Sangharakshita’s incredible life and legacy.
We had a beautiful Puja on Tuesday 30th October, shared food followed by a Celtic Puja on Saturday 3rd November where many people shared their memories of Bhante, and a Bodhicitta Puja in honour of his work and life on Sunday 4th November.
The fourth talk from our Rainy Season Retreat 2017 at the Glasgow Buddhist Centre.
A lovely, reflective talk on meditation practice by Maitrisiddha. Starts with a sensitively led meditation/reflection practice organically moving from awareness of the body to insight into the nature of mind.
This is the 5th talk from our Rainy Season Retreat at the Glasgow Buddhist Centre.
Maitrinaga and Suriyavamsa share some of their musings on sadhana. These two friends are in the same order chapter and frequently talk about sadhanas as an essential and inspiring part of their practice. This two-hander covers both the lived experience and principles of sadhana practice. And looks at how that sits within the Triratna system of practice, or aspects of spiritual life.
This is the 6th talk from the Glasgow Buddhist Centre's Rainy Season Retreat.
Amoghavira talks about the richness and expansive beauty of the pureland Sutras, drawing on Ratnaguna's excellent commentary "Great Faith, Great Wisdom'.
This is the third talk from the Glasgow Buddhist Centre Rainy Season Retreat 2017.
Dassini looks at the Eight Worldly Winds and the Four Right Efforts, relating them back to the Four Mind Turning Reflections.
This is the first of a series of talks from The Rainy Season Retreat 2017 at the Glasgow Buddhist Centre.
Suriyavamsa looks at our dharma practice as a workable situation in a broken world. He draws on lyrics by Leonard Cohen, poems by Sangharakshita and William Blake, quotes from Chogyam Trungpa and Suzuki Roshi and the image of the Taj Mahal.
Please excuse the bootleg sound quality.