Parami interviews Dhammadinna and Khemasuri at the end of a retreat at Adhisthana looking at how Buddhists can help promote change in the wider world.
Based on the Dasadhamma Sutta (Discourse on The Ten Dhammas) this investigation of the unconscious paradigms we live by raises much to ponder for anyone who would like to see a kinder, more just and equitable society.
Buddhist Action Month 2015 launched tonight at the Cambridge Buddhist Centre with a screening of the documentary ‘Wisdom to Survive”.
There was a lot of positive energy for the role of community and action at a local level and we are all excited for the fantastic programme of events planned throughout June. In Cambridge we are addressing all 3 BAM themes with events on sustainability such as the Work that Reconnects workshop, Caring for Others with a talk on dementia by...
For everything you need to know about the Sustainable Buddhist Centre Certification Scheme - including how to get the certificate signed by Order member and Low Carbon Consultant Amalaketu - here is our guide to sustainable Buddhist Centres!
Here are some key principles for organising a successful BAM event. To download the document, click to read the embedded version and choose ‘download’ from the sharing menu (top right of the on-screen controls).