This year is going to be significant for Windhorse Publications. After 50 years in operation, we have a lot to celebrate!
Back in the 1970s, what is now Windhorse Publications started out as a scattering of right livelihood businesses including typesetters, printers, distributors and publishers. At first, its newsletters and journals were published under the name Friends of the Western Buddhist Order. It then became Windhorse Press in the early 1970s when it began publishing full length books, starting with The Essence...
The retreat is held in Lillomarkskapellet, previously a ’sportschapel’ in the forest, 40 minutes’ drive from Oslo. It is quiet with beautiful surroundings; a small lake for swimming and natural walks in the forest. Rooms are shared with 3-4 others. We ask for regular meditation practice for some years.
We’d like to invite you to join us next week for the online book launch of Nagabodhi’s page-turning biography, Sangharakshita: The Boy, the Monk, the Man. In it, Nagabodhi gives a vivid account of Sangharakshita’s life, what it was like to live among his committed followers, and the controversies he left behind.
The book launch will take place from 19:00 to 20:30 GMT on Wednesday 1st March, when Nagabodhi will be in conversation with Saddhanandi. Nagabodhi has a reputation...
Saturday 18th February 2023, 11:30am, we celebrated Susana Kumagai’s Mitra Ceremony, Tokyo.
Becoming a Mitra in Triratna is making a commitment to the Buddhist Path.
Commitment, because in life, what we get out of it depends on what we put in. Particularly in the spiritual life.
You will probably have noticed this in your meditation practice, to take just one example. If we sit down to meditate without fully committing ourselves to the practice, we are likely to drift and daydream. But when we sit down...
You’re invited to connect online with us live from the lovely retreat centre of Chintamani in Morelos, Mexico, to witness eight women being ordained (names below), accompanied by their preceptors and other dharmacharinis.
The Triratna Father’s Group is a wonderful opportunity for fathers to connect with other fathers within the Sangha and explore the Three Jewels within the context of fatherhood.Below you’ll find some of the groups upcoming events.
To join the mailing list and find out more about the group, please email triratnafathers [at] gmail.com
‘Kindling the Flame’
An ‘in person’ Triratna Fathers event @ The London Buddhist Centre Sunday...