Filmed at the Preceptors’ College meeting in November 2015, this is an interview in Hindi between Yashosagar and Amoghasiddhi, both members of the Triratna Preceptors’ College and closely involved with the work of Triratna in India. They talk specifically about their work to spread the Dhamma outside of Maharashtra and into the states of Uttar Pradesh, Gujerat, Kerala etc.
In one of a number of videos taken on the recent College meeting (November 2015), Yashosagar, the youngest member of the Preceptors’ College and one of the members of the Indian kula of public preceptors, introduces himself.
At the March 2015 College meeting, after 10 years as Chair of the Triratna Preceptors’ College, Dhammarati hands on to Saddhaloka. In learning what the role of Chair of the College is, what the job has meant to him and the many qualities he has brought to it, we get a sense of Dhammarati and mark this important transition to Saddhaloka as the new Chair of the College.
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Thu, 29 Jan, 2015 - 09:47Addressing the December 2014 UK and Ireland Women’s Area Order Weekend at Adhisthana UK Public Preceptor Dhammadinna explores Bhante’s definition of the Order as ‘the community of my disciples and the disciples of my disciples and the disciples of my disciples’ disciples and so on.’ (What is the Western Buddhist Order?, 2009).
Tue, 2 Dec, 2014 - 17:32An overview of the 2014 Preceptors’ College meeting featuring a message from Bhante, a Skype between Vajragita and the other preceptors which took place just over a week before her death and some insights into discussions about Direct Pointing, Discipleship and the Commonality process.
The video was shot, edited and produced by Moksananda
Wed, 11 Jun, 2014 - 13:05This is the second interview in our series introducing the members of the Preceptors’ College:
Maitreyabandhu from the London Buddhist Centre is Triratna’s newest Public Preceptor. Here he talks about why he joined the College, three people he’d invite to a dinner party and what makes him happy.
Tue, 10 Jun, 2014 - 22:02This is the first interview in our series introducing the members of the Preceptors’ College:
Jnanasuri and Karunamaya are the two Public Preceptors responsible for the women’s Ordination process in India. Together with Private Preceptors Vajrasuri and Vijaya plus a team of 15, they support the 800-900 women training for ordination across India. Here they talk about what inspires them, what makes them happy and why they need super powers…