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...
Drawing on sources from Russell Brand to Tenzin Palmo, Suryadarshini navigates the third precept. Covering sex, relationships, confessional writing, and social media, she offers suggestions for how to start a shift from attention and attachment into stillness, simplicity and contentment.
“Wow, it’s amazing what you have achieved in 5 years! So many gems have come my way through Buddhist Centre Online. My life and practice has been enhanced by many talks, recommendations for books, reading stories of people’s lives and visuals of places and events. From Australia I feel more fully connected to this world wide movement largely via [The Buddhist Centre Online]. Sadhu sadhu sadhu and happy birthday!” - Maitripala
On the BAM Space, Mokshini writes: “The theme for BAM 2018 is Transforming Self, Transforming World.
As always, the theme for BAM is inspired by contemporary issues, and this year’s emphasis invites us to stop and look at the big picture:
It is becoming evident that our society urgently needs a new story, a new myth to live by. As an example. George Monbiot puts it very well in this recent short interview where he outlines the need for a psycho-spiritual approach that is thoroughly meaningful and that...