Buddhist Centre Features
Buddhist Centre Features

Buddhist Voices - Kalyanaprabha On Editing Sangharakshita

By Candradasa on Thu, 3 Sep, 2015 - 11:14

An excellent conversation with Kalyanaprabha on what it’s like to work with and edit Sangharakshita, as his latest book, ‘A Moseley Miscellany’ hits the bookshops and the project to publish his Complete Works gets underway. Words and their meanings, the transformative effect of literature in a life, writing as a gateway to spiritual insight - these are just some of the topics covered as we hear from someone whose passion for literary work is both inspiring...

Community Highlights
Community Highlights

Audio tracks from Brighton's Rainy Season Retreat

By Rijupatha on Fri, 21 Mar, 2014 - 13:43

As Brighton’s 2014 Rainy Season Retreat continues, they’re posting some great audio talks and snippets on SoundCloud. Check out the playlist below to have a listen!

You can discover more about each day of the retreat here and follow along as events transpire by clicking + Follow on Brighton Buddhist Centre’s space on The Buddhist Centre Online.

Community Highlights
Community Highlights

Buddhafield Festival 2013 - Soundscape!

By Candradasa on Tue, 24 Sep, 2013 - 19:18
*updated* The talks from the Dharma Parlour are now online!

An amazing soundscape that manages to capture much of the spirit and music of summer’s Buddhafield Festival, in all its myriad glory. Alice Armstrong produced this podcast tableau especially for the Buddhafield team and introduces us to characters from around the festival site, evoking the landscape and the spirit of the community beautifully. Hundreds of voices ring clearly out of their own inspiration and it’s...
Free Buddhist Audio
Free Buddhist Audio

The Early Days of Dharmachakra: A Conversation with Ananda

By Candradasa on Thu, 30 Aug, 2012 - 23:25
Extracts from a delightful conversation between Viriyalila and Ananda, the founder of Dharmachakra Tapes (the old name for Free Buddhist Audio). A published poet who was ordained in the Triratna Buddhist Order (then the Western Buddhist Order) in 1968, Ananda was one of the first people to make audio recordings of Sangharakshita as early as 1966. I was interested in hearing stories about these early days of Dharmachakra and the conversation included some thoughts on the nature of communication, Ananda’s...