Welsh is my first language, although I haven’t lived in Wales since I was 18, it’s the language of my heart, a short cut to my emotions.
I learnt to meditate in Dhanakosa in 2009 and since then am a regular Cambridge sangha member training for ordination. My mother Anantamani, translated the puja into Welsh 15 years ago. Since asking for ordination I have often been invited to share the positive precepts in Welsh at the end of gfr retreats. This has...
There’s a selection of Welsh recordings of Triratna texts and ceremonies appearing on our Welsh Recordings page over at Soundcloud. More languages coming soon - check the main Triratna Translations page for details. Many thanks to Atapini for these.
Here’s the first of a few Welsh translations - The Dedication Ceremony, as practiced in the Triratna Buddhist Community. It’s part of a wider Triratna Translation project which aims to translate a few core texts into as many of the world’s languages as possible. You’ll find it at thebuddhistcentre.com/translations. If you’d like to contribute in any way please contact us on translations [at] triratnadevelopment.org. Thanks!