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Dharmabyte: A Dharmic Framework for Total Transformation

By Rijupatha on Sun, 22 Nov, 2015 - 22:32

Today’s FBA Dharmabyte is entitled “A Dharmic Framework for Total Transformation”, an excerpt from the talk “Karma and the Consequences of Our Actions” by Ratnadharini.

There is nothing wrong with our experience, it’s how we interpret it. The Five Niyamas help us understand that total transformation is possible by shifting our habitual means of seeing things. Is it random? Is it fate? Why do the conditions that arise in our lives, arise? Where...

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Dharmabyte: Aligning yourself with the Karma Niyama

By Rijupatha on Mon, 31 Aug, 2015 - 11:00

Our FBA Dharmabyte today is called “Aligning yourself with the Karma Niyama” from the talk “Spiritual Death and Rebirth, a New Perspective On the Dharma Niyama” by Subhuti.

The stages of spiritual death and rebirth are key to the system of meditation, they represent the culimination and fulfilment of the Buddhas vision. During this talk given at Padmaloka Subhuti explains some new elements of Sangharakshitas thinking about how they relate to the Niyamas,...

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FBA Podcast: Revering and Relying Upon the Dharma

By Rijupatha on Sat, 29 Aug, 2015 - 11:00

In this week’s FBA Podcast, “Revering and Relying Upon the Dharma” Subhuti reflects on his recent conversations with Bhante which gave rise to his article: ‘Revering and Relying upon the Dharma: Sangharakshita’s approach to Right View’.

A talk given at the Triratna Buddhist Order Combined European Order Weekend at Wymondham College, 21 August 2010.

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The Mystery of the Dhamma Niyama

By viriyalila on Thu, 2 Jan, 2014 - 15:16
In today’s FBA Dharmabyte, “The Mystery of the Dhamma Niyama,” Subhuti concludes the first talk in one of his Rambles Around Reality series. Here he describes the Dhamma Niyama as having it’s own conditioned laws which are potentially working within us. Using the metaphor of the stream, our effort, our karma puts us in the current, but the current itself is the Dharma Niyama – mysterious patterns in conditionality that take us well beyond ourselves...