Posted by Charlotte Lawes to Triratna News on Wed, 28 Jun, 2017 - 10:26
This heartwarming Newsbyte video from Clear Vision trust documents a day held at Croydon Buddhist Centre, UK, to dedicate its beautiful shrine room.
On Saturday 13th May, I joined Sanghadhara (Clear Vision) to cover the event. We were both struck by the sheer number of well-wishers there and the evident friendship they had with each other. Some had travelled from afar and others who could not make it had sent in messages of encouragement. Some were no longer based at the Centre,...
Posted by Saddhanandi to Triratna News on Mon, 11 Jan, 2016 - 21:18
*UPDATE: Watch live online!* You can watch a live stream on Periscope of proceedings! To join the live stream, simply visit The Buddhist Centre’s Twitter page. When the event is about to begin, we’ll post the link there. Just click the link and you’ll have a choice to watch live in your browser, in your Twitter app or on Periscope. If you’re a Periscope user you’ll also be able to make comments on the stream as the event progresses!
Posted by Windhorse Evolution to Windhorse Evolution on Fri, 17 Oct, 2014 - 11:31As part of our 100 Days of Ethical Giving Campaign, we want to reconnect with the whole of the Triratna sangha. You may have heard of Evolution before, but if you do not have one of our shops locally, you may be curious about what we actually do!
Evolution started in 1980 as a market stall. The aim – which continues today – was to raise money for the movement. We’ve put together a short...
Posted by suvannamani to International Retreat 2014 on Fri, 23 May, 2014 - 00:43The team here at Adhisthana get ready for the Triratna International Retreat 2014. Moving the Buddha into the great shrine marquee!
Posted by Munisha to Community Highlights on Sat, 3 Aug, 2013 - 18:59Order members worldwide were invited to send very small Buddha rupas to be offered in today’s dedication ceremony. You can see them all here on the shrine designed by Vidyatara using very authentic local building materials! Bhante’s rupa is the tiny one in the large Buddha’s lap.