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Dharmabyte: Life is King

By Rijupatha on Thu, 17 Dec, 2015 - 11:00

We’ve been moved to share an abundant handful of Sangharakshita’s writings and poems this month. Today’s FBA Dharmabyte is a poem entitled “Life is King”. Selected from “Conquering New Worlds”, read by the author and published by Windhorse Publications, Glasgow, 1986.

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Sitting With Experience - Online Meditation

By Candradasa on Mon, 5 Oct, 2015 - 23:31

Sitting With Experience - Online Meditation

By Candradasa on Mon, 5 Oct, 2015 - 23:31

As part of our five-week series (you don’t need to attend them all!) this week - Tuesday 6th October - we’ll be going further again together into this whole business of sitting with whatever arises in the context of a deepened sense of nourishing awareness and kindness.

Come and join us - and make more of your day…

Tuesdays 2.30pm EST / 7.30pm UK

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Sitting Still in the Turning World - Online Meditation

By Candradasa on Mon, 28 Sep, 2015 - 18:07

Sitting Still in the Turning World - Online Meditation

By Candradasa on Mon, 28 Sep, 2015 - 18:07

As part of our five-week series (you don’t need to attend them all!) this week - Tuesday 29th September - we’ll be ‘just sitting’ still together - just trying to be with our experience, whatever that is, and respond with a deepened sense of nourishing awareness and kindness.

Come and join us - and make the most of a space for your heart and mind…

Tuesdays 2.30pm EST / 7.30pm UK

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FBA Podcast: The Nature of Transformation

By Rijupatha on Sat, 22 Aug, 2015 - 11:00

This week’s FBA Podcast is a tender and moving talk by Paramananda entitled “The Nature of Transformation”. Transformation is basically allowing the protective shell of self to dissipate. This shell only falls away if you come into relationship with your real, impermanent, fragile, vulnerable nature and soften into that or open up to that.

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Dharmabyte: Three Propositions

By Rijupatha on Tue, 30 Sep, 2014 - 18:31
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Our FBA Dharmabyte today is entitled: “Three Propositions.’” Candradasa presents the Buddha’s three basic propositions: the nature of reality; how we see things and suffering; and transforming yourself. From “Religion Without God, Part 1 – A Radical Community of Values” - the first talk in a four-part series looking at how you can have...
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The London Buddhist, No.1 - The 'Dharmic Receptivity' Issue

The London Buddhist, No.1 - The 'Dharmic Receptivity' Issue

By Candradasa on Wed, 20 Aug, 2014 - 16:58The first edition of a new Buddhist magazine from London!

We start with poet Michael Symmons Roberts talking about the sacred nature of things and what we are drawn towards.

Continuing the literary theme, Ollie Brock reviews the book ‘The Science Delusion’, which explores the nature of belief and science’s role in it.

Satyadasa launches into the relationship between inner mind and outer world, and explores the relationship between the environment and the mind, shedding light into...
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Dharmabyte - Living by Cause and Effect

By Rijupatha on Thu, 13 Mar, 2014 - 12:38
Our FBA Dharmabyte today, “Living by Cause and Effect” is an excerpt from the series “Tangling Eyebrows with Zen Masters”. Padmavajra here is looking at the nature of impermanence and how all living beings are without a fixed and permanent nature. From the talk “Entering Through Your Practice”.

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Vajra Bell - Winter 2014

Vajra Bell - Winter 2014

By Rijupatha on Wed, 8 Jan, 2014 - 01:25In this issue of the Vajra Bell Newsletter:

“Karma: Round and Round We Go, Where it Stops, the Buddha Knows” – by Amala

“Impermanence with Appreciation” – by Narottama

“The Stupa: A Most Auspicious Project” – A history and update on the Stupa Project at Aryaloka Buddhist Center, and how you can help

Upcoming Retreats and Classes at Aryaloka

“Reflections on Greed, Hatred, and Delusion” – musings from mitra...

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