Our new series: Sundays in March and April, 9.30am-12pm Passing from one season to the next, we are reminded of the constancy of change. The freshening and new growth of springtime connects us with the positive, potentially joyous, aspects of this reality. From now through April, as we witness the reawakening of the natural world around us, we will explore seven qualities of an awakened mind:
Where do we already experience them in our lives and how can we cultivate them...
Green Earth Awakening is a Buddhafield project which seeks to draw out the more ‘Engaged Buddhism’ element of the festival, where Buddhists, non Buddhists and activists and campaigners in various areas come together for a few days camping in the Blackdown Hills in Devon, UK.
By Munisha on Mon, 3 Feb, 2014 - 17:08Viveka and Vimalasara, members of the Triratna Buddhist Order in San Francisco and Vancouver respectively, are among 100 contemporary female Buddhist teachers asked to contribute to The Hidden Lamp: Stories from Twenty-Five Centuries of Awakened Women;a book of 100 stories and koans about women achieving awakening, each accompanied by a reflection by a contemporary woman teacher.
Viveka writes: “The invitation to contribute to The Hidden Lamp brought to mind memories of female hermit meditators, living in...