We are entering a very difficult time, as individuals and as a Sangha. We cannot change this situation, but we do have a choice between a negative and a creative response. Tragic as this epidemic is, if we see it from a Dharmic perspective, it could be an opportunity to take our practice – and our Sangha – to a new level.
We all know the story of the Buddha and the Four Sights. Siddhartha Gotama lived a sheltered life in his...
A group for those in the Sheffield Sangha who enjoy chanting mantras, and would like to deepen their practice through chanting, would like to explore mantras and their meaning, or would like to express devotion to the 3 jewels through chanting with others.
Moksatara explores the Dakini Vajrayogini, the embodiment of a female Buddha, energy and spritual friend.
Series of Sangha night talks at in which the Vajrayana is explored through myths, images and symbols
Recorded at Sheffield Buddhsit Centre 17.10.17
Suryamati explores the teaching on the Samgrahavastus, the four means of unification. A talk given at Sangha Night, Sheffield Buddhist Centre, as part of a series of talks on Buddhism Through Time and Space.
A great talk by Vadanya for anyone who wants to know more about why we do puja. Talk given at Sangha Night, Sheffield Buddhist Centre, as part of a series of talks on the Mahayana - Buddhism through Time and Space.
Vadanya explores the origins and real meaning of Zen Buddhism, the four right efforts, law of karma, and Buddha nature. He examines why it is hard to practice even if the dharma is understood, and how we can go about making the changes we want to make for ourselves.
Talk given at Sangha night at Sheffield Buddhist Centre in May 2014