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'Evoking myths for the future' - Prajnaketu

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Tue, 30 Aug, 2016 - 20:20

'Evoking myths for the future' - Prajnaketu

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Tue, 30 Aug, 2016 - 20:20

Yashosagar, Vajratara, and Prajnaketu look forward and share their dreams of the future. Re-visiting the perspectives of Sangharakshita’s talk ‘A Blueprint for a New World’ we hear about the wider Dharma vision of Dr. Ambedkar in India, whose emphasis on liberty, equality, and fraternity is more relevant than ever. We are invited to imagine a future where Buddhist Centres serve as hubs that support their communities in more and more ways as economic and social conditions change. And we have...

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'Dreaming of the future' - Vajratara

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Sat, 20 Aug, 2016 - 21:29

'Dreaming of the future' - Vajratara

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Sat, 20 Aug, 2016 - 21:29

Yashosagar, Vajratara, and Prajnaketu look forward and share their dreams of the future. Re-visiting the perspectives of Sangharakshita’s talk ‘A Blueprint for a New World’ we hear about the wider Dharma vision of Dr. Ambedkar in India, whose emphasis on liberty, equality, and fraternity is more relevant than ever. We are invited to imagine a future where Buddhist Centres serve as hubs that support their communities in more and more ways as economic and social conditions change. And we have...

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Buddhist Centre Features

'Dreams for the sangha and humanity' - Yashosagar

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Sat, 20 Aug, 2016 - 21:25

'Dreams for the sangha and humanity' - Yashosagar

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Sat, 20 Aug, 2016 - 21:25

Yashosagar, Vajratara, and Prajnaketu look forward and share their dreams of the future. Re-visiting the perspectives of Sangharakshita’s talk ‘A Blueprint for a New World’ we hear about the wider Dharma vision of Dr. Ambedkar in India, whose emphasis on liberty, equality, and fraternity is more relevant than ever. We are invited to imagine a future where Buddhist Centres serve as hubs that support their communities in more and more ways as economic and social conditions change. And we have...

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Buddhist Centre Features

'Climate change and the six elements' - Amala

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Sat, 20 Aug, 2016 - 21:13

'Climate change and the six elements' - Amala

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Sat, 20 Aug, 2016 - 21:13

Revisiting Sangharakshita’s classic talk ‘The Nucleus of a New Society’ from the 1970s, four members of the Triratna Buddhist Order offer bold, challenging, perspectives of what it could be to engage anew with his radical vision of a new kind of society. Through the twin lenses of diversity and climate change, we hear questioning voices and affirming notions of community-based and personal Dharma practice in a suffering world. The invitation to examine our own perspectives and biases is both essential...

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'Climate change and opportunity for Triratna' - Tejopala

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Sat, 20 Aug, 2016 - 21:10

'Climate change and opportunity for Triratna' - Tejopala

Posted by upekshapriya to Buddhist Centre Features on Sat, 20 Aug, 2016 - 21:10

Revisiting Sangharakshita’s classic talk ‘The Nucleus of a New Society’ from the 1970s, four members of the Triratna Buddhist Order offer bold, challenging, perspectives of what it could be to engage anew with his radical vision of a new kind of society. Through the twin lenses of diversity and climate change, we hear questioning voices and affirming notions of community-based and personal Dharma practice in a suffering world. The invitation to examine our own perspectives and biases is both essential...

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