Jobs, Volunteering & Communities
Jobs, Volunteering & Communities

Could you be the new Centre Manager for Brixton?

By Viryanaga on Sun, 26 Dec, 2021 - 07:23

This is a rare opportunity to join a warm, friendly and spiritually vibrant situation in a full-time financially supported role. This role is at the very heart of our Brixton community, and is a key one in terms of supporting the increasing breadth, depth and unity of our sangha.

We are particularly keen to attract an Order Member from outside our immediate sangha to this role, however we would also consider a committed GFR Mitra, especially where they have existing connections...

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Triratna in the Buddhist world
Triratna in the Buddhist world

Buddhist tips for mental wellbeing in London

By Munisha on Thu, 28 Oct, 2021 - 09:51

Buddhist tips for mental wellbeing in London

By Munisha on Thu, 28 Oct, 2021 - 09:51

During the pandemic the UK’s much-loved National Health Service (NHS) has been developing online resources to support mental wellbeing in London, with the help of the major religions present in London.

The project ’Good thinking: digital wellbeing for London’ offers a wide range of free online help including problems with sleep, low mood, stress; also for parents, young people, employers and employees.

In the ‘Faith and belief communities’ section you’ll find ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing and Buddhism’, the ‘Good Thinking’ project’s resources developed...

Jobs, Volunteering & Communities
Jobs, Volunteering & Communities

Come and join our North London Buddhist Centre Team

By Ratnaprabha on Tue, 26 Oct, 2021 - 11:59

2 Team Based Right Livelihood Opportunities at the North London Buddhist Centre

Are you a dynamic and versatile team player interested in working in a Team Based Right Livelihood?

The North London Buddhist Centre is looking for two Triratna Order Members or Mitras to join our Centre Team.

This is an opportunity to be involved in helping the Three Jewels to flourish and grow in North London as part of our small, friendly and dedicated team.

We are recruiting to two different roles, both of which require flexibility,...

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Community Highlights
London Buddhist Centre

Dharma Day Festival - Live from London!

By LDNBuddhist on Sat, 24 Jul, 2021 - 14:08

Dharma Day Festival - Live from London!

By LDNBuddhist on Sat, 24 Jul, 2021 - 14:08

Sunday 25th July | 10am-9pm

Dharma Day is our yearly celebration of the Buddha’s first communication of the way to Enlightenment. The moment that his first teachings hit their mark, the great wheel of the Dharma was set in motion. Today, each time we hear and understand the Buddha’s teachings, that same wheel continues to turn.

With meditation, teaching, reflection and ritual, we’ll spend the day exploring together what it truly means to practice the Dharma, and how our actions can keep...

West London Buddhist Centre
West London Buddhist Centre

The Spiral Path

By Sophie_WLBCPublicity on Sat, 29 May, 2021 - 11:48

The Spiral Path

By Sophie_WLBCPublicity on Sat, 29 May, 2021 - 11:48

This course runs over six Wednesdays 16 June to 21 July, 7-9pm

The Buddha has presented us with an inspiring path to liberation. The key stages on the journey are characterised by a progressive chain of positive mental states, such as bliss and serenity. Given the right conditions, each stage unfolds naturally from the previous, taking one closer to a realisation of how things really are and ultimately to liberation. 

Over the six weeks of this course we will explore this inspiring trajectory through...

Jobs, Volunteering & Communities
Jobs, Volunteering & Communities

Temporary and Permanent Spaces in a Women's Community in London

By akasajoti on Wed, 5 May, 2021 - 14:18

Temporary and Permanent Spaces in a Women's Community in London

By akasajoti on Wed, 5 May, 2021 - 14:18

Hello!

We are Samayakula - located just around the corner from the London Buddhist C​entre in Bethnal Green. We are a women’s community of ​twelve GFR Mitras and Dharmacharinis, aged 28-75 with a broad range of interests including gardening, music, film, period drama, pizza, five rhythms and more. Tulip the cat is also a beloved member of our community - she can often be found dwelling on the nature of impermanence. 

We have a couple of short-term vacancies coming up from 13 June to the beginning of October, along with a potential permanent place, and are looking...

Community Highlights
London Buddhist Centre

PoetryEast with Charles Eisenstein

By Maitreyabandhu on Sun, 21 Mar, 2021 - 19:36

PoetryEast with Charles Eisenstein

By Maitreyabandhu on Sun, 21 Mar, 2021 - 19:36

April 10th, 7-8pm GMT

Charles Eisenstein is an important speaker and writer focussing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution.

In 2017 he was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on SuperSoul Sunday. He is the author of many books and essays including Climate – A New Story and his brilliant and beautifully written book, ’The Ascent of Humanity’.

Maitreyabandhu will be in conversation with him about the need for a new human story.

Watch live...

London Buddhist Centre
London Buddhist Centre

Online Spring Retreat

By LDNBuddhist on Thu, 18 Mar, 2021 - 15:30

Online Spring Retreat

By LDNBuddhist on Thu, 18 Mar, 2021 - 15:30

The Myth of the Return Journey, April 1-5

In this time when it’s not been possible to be on retreat together in person, we’ve developed new ways to help you create the same conditions in the midst of your everyday life. Expect meditation, inspiring talks, yoga and an international retreat community to share your practice and your progress with.

Since it coincides with the Easter bank holiday weekend, it’s an ideal opportunity to block out some time and engage with...

London Buddhist Centre
London Buddhist Centre

No Toast, No Marmalade: Srimala in conversation with Maitreyabandhu

By LDNBuddhist on Wed, 30 Dec, 2020 - 16:08

No Toast, No Marmalade: Srimala in conversation with Maitreyabandhu

By LDNBuddhist on Wed, 30 Dec, 2020 - 16:08

Srimala has played a crucial part in the life of the Triratna Buddhist Order – as Public and Private Preceptor, as College Member, and as beloved friend to so many. What many people may not know about her is that for years now she has been writing poems about her life, about living at Maes Gwyn in Wales, about her family and friends, about her partner Subhuti, and about hedgehogs, toast and the lack of marmalade.

So we’re celebrating...

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