By Munisha on Thu, 2 Oct, 2014 - 00:40Vidyadaka writes:
“We’re delighted to announce a new magazine from the London Buddhist Centre,UK, publishing short essays, interviews and reviews by practising Buddhists. We are keen to use this publication to explore questions of social, political and cultural importance.
The current issue weighs up matters from ecology to death, via poetry, ‘scientism’ and solitude; subsequent issues will have a similar range. The magazine is intended to be read by anyone.
By Munisha on Sun, 14 Sep, 2014 - 00:50We need great header images from all over the world for the top of Triratna News. Click on the image to the left to see the whole of one we used earlier this year, taken by Shraddhasiddhi at the London Buddhist Centre.
We’d like to feature a new image every month - something from around the world of Triratna in particular, or Buddhism in general. It just has to relate to the Buddha, Dharma or Sangha and be
By Munisha on Tue, 20 May, 2014 - 13:41Su Yen writes from the London Buddhist Centre about their plans for BAM next month.
“Atula, Srivati, Amalavajra and others will be giving talks on Fridays in June, talking about beneficial activity in the local community and the world. We will also be showing films most Saturday nights. There may also be other activities, like helping in local food gardens and so on.”
By Munisha on Sun, 4 May, 2014 - 13:00Seen the “What meditation isn’t” animation on our homepage this week? It’s the work of Stephen Heppell, a mitra training for ordination at the London Buddhist Centre.
“I’ve always been passionate about Team Based Right Livelihood”, he says, “and have always loved creativity so I thought I’d try and bring these interests together in the form of Moving Vision Motion Graphics, a video production company. I’ve set it up with two aims: