Do you want to live this year with deeper meaning and purpose?
To develop more kindness, with others.. for others..
and move beyond ways that limit you?
For over fourty years people in our community have choosen to deepen their practice by joining a Karuna fundraising appeal team. Many have said that doing an appeal was one of the most significant and transformative times of their dharma lives.
Fundraising as a spiritual practice means remembering to open to what’s alive in each moment, meeting fear with metta...
This is a rare opportunity to join a warm, friendly and spiritually vibrant situation in a full-time financially supported role. This role is at the very heart of our Brixton community, and is a key one in terms of supporting the increasing breadth, depth and unity of our sangha.
We are particularly keen to attract an Order Member from outside our immediate sangha to this role, however we would also consider a committed GFR Mitra, especially where they have existing connections...
Are you a passionate Dharma practitioner who’s also into Instagram, TikTok, or Twitter? Good! We are too. We believe the Buddha goes where the people are, and the people are on their phones.
Dharmachakra—publisher of Free Buddhist Audio, The Dharma Toolkit and The Buddhist Centre Online—is looking for a magic, dynamic being to come and help us take our social game to the next level without compromising our values or our deep Right Livelihood roots. We know social platforms want to make...
Buddhist business / Team-Based Right Livelihood opportunity in Cambridge, UK
This is a unique chance for a small core team of Buddhists to develop an already thriving cafe and venue and create a new Buddhist working environment.
The owners of the Thrive cafe in Cambridge (thrivecambridge.com) are moving on, creating the perfect opportunity for a team of Buddhists to transition to running a precious community resource much loved by the local Sangha.
The cafe currently serves meals, coffee, hot and cold...
Sraddhagita shares her experience as part of Lama’s Pyjamas, a Team Based Right Livelihood that’s part of the London Buddhist Centre. This talk is full of passion and insight into a practice Sraddhagita has been involved in for over 16 years.
Buddhism stands for the creation of an ideal society as well as ideal individuals; a society based on spiritual and ethical principles. Sangharakshita considers the substantial effect our work has on us, and applies the Buddha’s teaching to work today.
Is work just a necessity or a source of fulfillment? Is a career a hindrance or a support to our happiness and unfoldment as individuals? Should we be aiming at getting the ‘right work/life balance’ or moving beyond such distinctions? Keturaja, calling on decades of experience working in Buddhist businesses, explores Buddhist teachings on right livelihood and reflects on their relevance for us today.
What does Buddhism have to say about death and dying? How can this be applied to life? Prasannavira shares how he has been influenced by the Root Verses of the Six Bardos from the Bardo Thodol, the Tibetan Book of the Dead. Talk given at Windhorse:Evolution, once a large Buddhist team-based ‘right livelihood’ business based in the UK, 2013.