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News about Sangharakshita’s Complete Works

By Helen - Windhor... on Tue, 7 Sep, 2021 - 13:54

News about Sangharakshita’s Complete Works

By Helen - Windhor... on Tue, 7 Sep, 2021 - 13:54

Latest Complete Works volumes out now

The next three volumes in the Complete Works have just been released, bringing the total number of published volumes to eighteen. With another nine volumes to go, we’re now officially two thirds of the way through the project. To mark this milestone, the chief editor, Vidyadevi, has written a Complete Works update. 

Read Vidyadevi’s Complete Works update

The new volumes are:

Volume 5: The Purpose and Practice of Buddhist Meditation

A compilation of Sangharakshita’s teachings on meditation

Whether dipped into, consulted on a specific subject, or read from cover to...

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Out now: four new volumes of 'The Complete Works of Sangharakshita'

By Helen - Windhor... on Thu, 4 Apr, 2019 - 13:52

Out now: four new volumes of 'The Complete Works of Sangharakshita'

By Helen - Windhor... on Thu, 4 Apr, 2019 - 13:52

We’re delighted to announce the release of four new volumes of The Complete Works of Sangharakshita

Volume 2 The Three Jewels I

The nine texts in this volume, written over a period of more than thirty years, show Sangharakshita’s unfolding insight into the significance of going for refuge to the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha.

Volume 4 The Bodhisattva Ideal

An exploration of one of Buddhism’s most sublime teachings: the ideal of the Bodhisattva, who vows to attain enlightenment for the sake of all beings.

Volume 13 Eastern and Western Traditions

In this...

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'Secret Wings' by Sangharakshita

By Abhayamaitri on Sun, 16 Aug, 2015 - 20:58

'Secret Wings' by Sangharakshita

By Abhayamaitri on Sun, 16 Aug, 2015 - 20:58

We cry that we are weak although
We will not stir our secret wings;
The world is dark – because we are
Blind to the starriness of things.

We pluck our rainbow-tinted plumes
And with their heaven-born beauty try
To fledge nocturnal shafts, and then
Complain ‘Alas! we cannot fly!’

We mutter ‘All is dust’ or else
With mocking words accost the wise:
‘Show us the Sun which...