After 35 years of trading as Buddhist Right Livelihood business in the UK, Windhorse:Evolution closed its doors. They did so in an exemplary way - with no debts, helping their Fair Trade suppliers to make a difficult transition, and taking very good care of all their employees.
Here are extended highlights from the workers’ final ritual in Cambridge, UK, on March 26th 2015.
Footage and photography by Ivan Villamar Trujillo as part of The Buddhist Centre Online’s...
On Thursday March 25th, with our friend Ivan’s help - and the internet gods permitting - we’ll be streaming live coverage of parts of the final ritual at Windhorse:Evolution. You can follow along on Instagram as well as on Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook.
By Windhorse Evolution on Wed, 23 Jan, 2013 - 11:59In this interview Vasubandhu talks about joining the one year retreat at Uttaraloka. Sanghapala asks him about his expectations, in this lively and entertaining exchange!
Vasubandhu has worked at windhorse:evolution for over twenty years, with most of that time spent as a sales rep driving around Ireland with a windhorse van. He talks about his experience of dealing ethically with customers, and of the transitions between life on retreat and on the road.