Here are some photos from an art workshop at the Mainland Europe Young Buddhist Convention: reflecting on what does inner peace mean, the obstacles to peace and describing the ideal of friendship - through a collage!
Is there an inner attitude we can adopt that will naturally lead to the creation of Sangha? Satyadhara poses this question - and addresses it - in his talk on the second Mainland Europe Young Buddhist Convention. He shares his personal experience of being in a small Sangha near Frankfurt in Germany, and draws upon Asangha’s Yogacharabhumi to explore the conditions necessary for building Sangha.
Talk given on the second Mainland Europe Young Buddhist Convention in Valencia, Spain, in July 2018.
A new Buddhist global project has been set up to help the Rohingya people, a million of whom are living in the world’s biggest refugee camp, Bangladesh, as a result of Buddhist-led violence in Myanmar/Burma. After fleeing their burning villages, many of them now find themselves living in very difficult conditions facing monsoon rains.
Join us outside Portsmouth Middle School November 8, for a global, synchronized meditation for peace and mutual respect on election day – 6-7PM. Organized by Elevate the Vote. Bring warm clothes, something to sit on, and your device to listen to a live podcast led meditation, to be followed by a half hour of silent meditation. Here’s what Elevate the Vote says about this strictly non-partisan event:
Hundreds of Meditation Events are unifying on November 8th, US Election Day,...
This four-week course, led by Dh. Suddhayu, offers an opportunity for those new - and not so new - to Buddhist meditation to explore how these practices can offer insights into building peaceful relationships. We teach traditional Buddhist meditations, but you do not need to be a Buddhist to practice and benefit from them.
The Metta Bhavana, or Loving Kindness, meditation teaches the cultivation of positive emotion toward oneself and others, the necessary basis for spiritual life and...