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Dharmabytes: Clinging Constitutes the Fetter

By Centre Team on Thu, 7 Sep, 2023 - 11:00

Amidst the complexity of Buddhist teachings, we can discern a distinctive essence lying behind the various historical forms which developed to convey the Buddha’s oral message.

Excerpted from the talk The Nature and Development of Buddhism given by Sangharakshita, 1968.


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Fifty Years, Fifty Voices: Aloka & Surata (Highlights)

By Centre Team on Thu, 22 Dec, 2022 - 11:36

Aloka’s Annals:

My name is Dharmachari Aloka (long first ‘a’) – born 31 March 1948, London.

In 1968 I was in Maidstone (Kent) in my penultimate year at my third and final Art School, in the midst of my love affair with hallucinogens and narcotics. I spent all of the 60s in various Art Schools starting at the age of 13.

In 1978 I completed six years doing part-time Art teaching - I contacted the movement in 1974 (Wesak) and was Ordained...

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Dharmabyte: Sangharakshita - Early Self-Education

By Sadayasihi on Mon, 23 Jul, 2018 - 11:05

This Dharmabyte podcast is entitled ‘Sangharakshita - Early Self-Education’ by Vajrapriya.

An excerpt from the talk, Sangharakshita’s Early Life, Vajrapriya covers the period from his birth up until his arrival in Kalimpong, including his extraordinary wandering days in India. This talk is part of the series Sangharakshita’s life story.

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