We’re looking for an order member to work part-time supporting the growth, depth and harmony of our community as the Assistant to the International Council.
The International Council exists to facilitate communication and collaboration between the College, the Order and Movement. As Triratna has grown, its role has become more important in unifying our spiritual community and spreading the Dharma across the world.
The international nature of the International Council, and the online working environment, means the post is open to order members based anywhere but...
Karuna is growing and is looking to diversify our Board of Trustees.
Karuna exists to end caste-based discrimination, poverty and inequality in South Asia. Our work focuses on education, dignified livelihoods and gender equality, transforming communities and changing society.
Since the outbreak of covid, we have supported 350,000 people – enabling them and their families to survive the trials of this pandemic. We are looking for new trustees who are able to dedicate time, energy and skills to help us grow and steer the charity.
This will be a wonderful opportunity for the right person - someone who is a Breathworks accredited teacher and wants to contribute to strengthening the training department and work with a wonderful team. The role is initially for 15 hours per week.
Breathworks is going from strength to strength. Our CEO has just been ordained and become Sripaksini.
In a clear talk based on her experiences of work in the civil service, as a mindfulness teacher and in the Buddhist world, Taramani introduces tips on working ethically, meaningfully and in a way that supports spiritual practice. She explains livelihood as a limb of the Eightfold Path, using ideas from Sangharakshita, Steve Jobs, and others.
How can our livelihood and our networks be a doorway to leading our lives in a way in which our eyes can be wide open rather than our eyes being wide shut? Pasannamati points out that there is more to Perfect Livelihood than the work we do. Outside of our work we have a whole load of choices on how we spend our time and money which impacts other people’s livelihood.
My father William is a huge character, especially now he has Alzheimer’s. He lives by Hampstead tube station in north London and he has some fantastic carers, but we’d love to have one or two extra people we can call on for the odd shift now and then.
If you’d like some paid work every now and then, do get in touch and I’ll arrange for you to meet him and one or two of his carers.