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Dharma Study: Connecting with the Enlightened Mind (Subhuti's talks from Study Convention)

By Free Buddhist Audio on Mon, 23 Sep, 2019 - 15:21

In this series of talks, given on a study convention for Order members at Adhisthana, Subhuti explores the meaning, purpose, and benefits of Dharma study, as well as suggesting a course of Dharma study for those who want to go deeply into Urgyen Sangharakshita’s particular presentation of the Dharma.

Recorded at Adhisthana, September 2019.

Listen to the series on Free Buddhist Audio ...

Western Buddhist Review
Western Buddhist Review

Scholarly and Philosophical events in Triratna

By Dhivan Thomas Jones on Mon, 15 Jul, 2019 - 09:41

Scholarly and Philosophical events in Triratna

By Dhivan Thomas Jones on Mon, 15 Jul, 2019 - 09:41

Some information on two scholarly and philosophical events coming up in our Triratna Buddhist community:

Triratna Scholars Network study retreat Sunday 15 Dec–Thursday 19 Dec 2019 at Adhisthana (ending after lunch on the Thursday), led by Sāgaramati, Dhīvan and Śraddhāpa. Please book through the Adhisthana website, or contact Dhivan (thomas [at] dhivan.net) with questions. Open to Order members and mitras. The theme will be:
Early Perfection of Wisdom. The Aṭṭhakavagga or Chapter of the Eights, from the Sutta Nipāta of the Pāli canon, presents an early version of...

Chester
Chester

Mitra Study - New Group

By prashrabdhi on Sun, 17 Mar, 2019 - 06:57

Mitra Study - New Group

By prashrabdhi on Sun, 17 Mar, 2019 - 06:57

There are now 6 Mitras who attend the Triratna Chester Sangha.  We’re really pleased to be starting our own face to face Mitra Study group on Monday 18 March 2019.

Triratna Resources
Triratna Resources

Dharma teaching - PS - 'a page of Sangharakshita'

By mokshini on Mon, 21 Nov, 2016 - 18:22

PS stands for a ‘Page of Sangharakshita’

It’s a great idea from Saraha at the Birmingham Buddhist Centre…  They are a series of excepts from Bhante that are no more than a page long, some a lot shorter than a page, so they can be easily printed out and used to lead study/discussion – for example on a level 2 course, or a sangha night.

As Saraha explains, “The quotes are all long enough to be substantial, but short enough to be gone...