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Dead or Alive? Animism - An Ancient Story for Modern Times

By Amaradaya on Tue, 3 Oct, 2017 - 10:24

Dead or Alive? Animism - An Ancient Story for Modern Times

By Amaradaya on Tue, 3 Oct, 2017 - 10:24

Ratnadeva gives a talk on exploring the myth of animism in order to come into relationship with an alive and vibrant earth. Given at Green Earth Awakening, September 2017.

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Dharmabyte: Hiding the Dharma in Story

By Rijupatha on Tue, 27 Jan, 2015 - 03:03
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In today’s FBA Dharmabyte, “Hiding the Dharma in Story,” Vajratara reminds us how life’s inspirations are found in the stories passed on to us. From the talk, “Purna and the Perfumed Chamber – Stories From Early Sanskrit Buddhism”, given on March 2012 UK Women National Order Weekend. The theme of the weekend was...
Imagining the Buddha...
Imagine the Buddha

Storytelling Bits...

By sanghadhara on Mon, 4 Jun, 2012 - 22:31

From the storytelling performance, with Lokabandhu and his gang, channeling Angulimala

Imagining the Buddha...
Imagine the Buddha

Ratnaguna tells the story of the Buddha and Devadatta

By lokabandhu on Sat, 2 Jun, 2012 - 22:31
On the second evening of Triratna’s 2012 International Retreat, Ratnaguna tells the sad story of the Buddha and Devadatta…
The 2012 Triratna International Retreat
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Seeking the Buddha Through Symbol, Myth and Archetype by Dhammadinna

Seeking the Buddha Through Symbol, Myth and Archetype by Dhammadinna

By Candradasa on Sat, 2 Jun, 2012 - 15:16A jewel of a talk from Dhammadinna on how to cultivate a practice of reflection on the qualities of the Buddha that is relevant to your life experience, and your own culture. Taking as her theme, ‘Re-imagining the Buddha’, she opens up several key areas for us to contemplate - not least the practice of ‘waiting’ to let the images come to us.

This talk closes with a marvellous evocation of ‘felt presence’ (so key to any...