Tag: people of colour

London Buddhist Centre
London Buddhist Centre

Online Weekend Retreat for People of Colour - Building Community

By LDNBuddhist on Wed, 10 Mar, 2021 - 11:48

Online Weekend Retreat for People of Colour - Building Community

By LDNBuddhist on Wed, 10 Mar, 2021 - 11:48

12th - 14th March
Led by Suryagupta and Bodhilila

By cultivating meaningful connections we can have a positive impact on the world. During this weekend retreat we will explore what a spiritual community is and why it’s essential as a context for personal and collective practice. 
We will be celebrating our diversity and our shared commonality through talks, discussions and meditation. There will be music and some ritual too. 
This retreat is suitable for both newcomers and regulars. Do come for the...

London Buddhist Centre
London Buddhist Centre

New People of Colour Events

By sura12 on Fri, 12 Jun, 2020 - 14:35

New People of Colour Events

By sura12 on Fri, 12 Jun, 2020 - 14:35

Please see information about our weekly people of colour events taking place on Zoom in partnership with the West London Buddhist Centre. These events are more important than ever as we deal with social unrest and a deeper call for change in the US, UK and other cities in the world. 

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Here’s an invitation from our Chair, Suryagupta:

“Please join us this Sunday 14th June at 4pm...

Triratna News
Triratna News

Triratna voices in Buddhist Canada

By Munisha on Wed, 9 Dec, 2015 - 23:17

Triratna voices in Buddhist Canada

By Munisha on Wed, 9 Dec, 2015 - 23:17

Two Triratna Order members are among to the contributors to Lotus Petals in the Snow, the first anthology of writings by Canadian Buddhist women: scholars, practitioners, Dharma students, teachers, nuns and laywomen, launched last week.

Aryadhrishti is Canadian and runs the Triratna centre in Portland, USA. She writes about Karma as a spiritual practice of evolution and escape. 

Vimalasara, born Black British, recently became an African Canadian and is Chair of Vancouver’s thriving Triratna centre.  She writes about...