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Women's Order Weekend Boo No.3 - Mantras

By Candradasa on Fri, 6 Dec, 2013 - 22:09
Parami again with a recording of the gorgeous harmonized mantras from the first evening of the women’s national Order weekend at Adhisthana. Close your eyes and let the grace waves come! Also features the Threefold Puja and the White Tara mantra.

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Women's Order Weekend Boo No.2!

By Candradasa on Fri, 6 Dec, 2013 - 21:31
A second report from Parami from the great gathering at Adhisthana at the Triratna Buddhist Order’s national Order weekend for women in the UK & Ireland. Interviews with Saddhanandi, Sanghamani, Satyavani, Samachitta, and Vajratara, all thrilled to be there despite the dreadful weather! Surrounded by friends old and new…

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Women's Order Weekend Boo No.1!

By Candradasa on Fri, 6 Dec, 2013 - 16:50
A great wee report from Parami from the weather-wracked Order gathering for women in the UK & Ireland currently happening at Adhisthana Retreat Centre in Herefordshire. A lovely glimpse into what happens when so many people get together to celebrate their faith together… Listen out for more and some interviews with attendees through the weekend.

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Chanting the Padmasambhava Mantra on the Urban Retreat

By Candradasa on Sun, 10 Nov, 2013 - 18:04
An absolutely beautiful piece of chanting from the Young Buddhists weekend at Adhisthana as part of the Urban Retreat. Rather amazingly this has been listened to over 1000 times in less than half a day!

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Triratna America - Dharmasuri, Chair Nagaloka Buddhist Center, Portland, ME (skype interview)

By viriyalila on Sat, 22 Jun, 2013 - 14:24
Dharmasuri, Chair of Nagaloka Buddhist Center in Portland, ME, has been an inspirational force since the very early days of Triratna activities there. From renting a room from a counseling group in the mid ’90s to now being situated in a fantastic multi-use building in the downtown arts district they have a full program, a growing sangha, and strong community ties.

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Triratna America - Dayalocana, Chair of Aryaloka Buddhist Center

By viriyalila on Fri, 21 Jun, 2013 - 20:50
Dayalocana and I have been good friends for over 15 years. Here we are in Crackskull’s Cafe, in downtown Newmarket NH, having a conversation about what it has been like practicing at Aryaloka Buddhist Center for over 24 years. Starting out as the first volunteer at Aryaloka, taking responsibility, the growing Sangha, meaningful work and engaging playfully with practice…

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India Boo No. 6 - Lokamitra on the future in India

By Candradasa on Wed, 20 Feb, 2013 - 18:22
A very special extended edition of the podcast with Lokamitra, one of the first generation of Order members and founder of so much of the Triratna Movement in India. A chance then, on a day of explorations around leadership and the future, to turn our attention to India. Any conversation with Lokamitra tends to the fascinating and this is no exception. Much to ponder, and a chance to celebrate a complex, generous man whose work has benefitted so...
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India Boo No. 5 - Vajrajyoti from Auckland (The Golden Voice of Radio)

By Candradasa on Tue, 19 Feb, 2013 - 18:27
Vajrajyoti talking shop on avoiding bureaucracy, the inspiration to be found in ethical practice, and getting off campus. Also, puppies and monkeys…

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India Boo No. 1 - To Nagpur

By Candradasa on Fri, 15 Feb, 2013 - 14:52
The first of many posts in our new India series to follow the Triratna International Council and International Order Convention. Here are Sucimani and Dassini (misnamed at first as Munisha in the excitement!) on the way to Nagpur and reflecting on what their trip is all about… + Follow this space above for regular updates, and subscribe to our podcast to hear more voices and stories over the coming weeks: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/thebuddhistcentres-boos/id498033013

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