The Sikkha Project is an initiative exploring how we can better communicate, discuss and practice the Buddha’s teaching within the Triratna Buddhist Community, from newcomers to experienced Order Members.
One ‘kula’ or gathering within Sikkha is the ‘Meditation Kula’. In this video, Vijayamala, Vessantara and Vidyamala, members of the kula, discuss the work that the Kula is currently engaged in.
The full list of members of the Sikkha Meditation Kula are Vessantara, Vidyamala, Vajrashura, Dhammarati, Vijayamala, Tejananda and Jnanavaca.
I’m writing on behalf of Future Dharma, in partnership with the Sikkha Project to invite you to an online webinar: Effective Fundraising for Triratna centres. The webinar will take place on Friday, June 12th at 9:30am (BST) and then again at 5pm (BST), taking into account the needs of the different time zones. We hope people from around the world will be able to participate.
Triratna has moved swiftly to respond to the Covid crisis, by offering online content...
Following up from the Sikkha Seminar on Leading Dharma Study and Discussion Groups Effectively Online, Ratnaguna and Danadasa, who led the seminar, have answered a number of questions from the seminar in the podcast below.
Here is eight different questions which they received from the seminar. If you are interested in a specific questions, the podcast timestamps are provide for each question. We hope you find this helpful!
(2:00 – 7:30) If there is the opportunity to choose, how many people would you have in a...
I’m writing on behalf of the Sikkha Project to invite you to another Sikkha online training seminar: For the Benefit of All Beings: How to reach more people online, an exploration in how to use online communications such as YouTube, Facebook and Instagram to reach out to new people. The seminar will include suggestions for YouTube, Instagram and Facebook advertising, as well as how to best use online platforms to draw people’s attention to your Triratna Centre, group or project.