Transform! Have fun! Serve the Dharma! Taraloka offers a unique context for women to live a full time Dharma life of service and transformation in a vibrant inspiring community. Join us - come for 6 months, or give us a try for 1—2 years or longer.
Participate in the Operations Team’s shared practical work, as well as managing your own key work area. Work areas include administration, finance, gardening, DIY/ maintenance /decorating, cleaning and cooking. You will need to have...
Are you looking for a more meaningful work context? Do you want to set up a business with other Buddhists? Then join us to co-create a Buddhist Business in one day!
Buddhist businesses are an ideal context for people to work and deepen their practice together. They are an essential part of the Buddhist vision for a new society because they have a social or environmental goal, and are an effective way to spread the Dharma and Buddhist values.
Lama’s Pyjamas: More Than Just A Shop Catherine is one of Lama’s Pyjamas’ regular customers: she comes in most days and spends about an hour and a half in the shop, chatting to staff and buying some second...
Lama’s Pyjamas, the London Buddhist Centre’s charity shop, this week proudly launches its new website this week - with a fanfare of good news.
The shop contributed £56,000 (over €66,000 / USD 68,000) in dana to support the work of the LBC in 2016, a new young person will be joining the team come the spring, the premises are now aglow with new lighting and to top it all, this small Triratna Team-Based Right Livelihood business heads into...
Simone Deiringer is a Mitra in Triratna’s Berlin sangha, Germany, training for ordination and exploring possibilities for a project enabling sangha to live and work together near Berlin.
She writes: “I am looking for somewhere close to Berlin where we can establish a collective project, living and working together. Right now I am investigating a small agriculture and gardening business for sale in the Uckermark (an hour and a half drive from the city): 10 hectares of land with buildings and a working horse!
By Munisha on Sun, 4 May, 2014 - 13:00Seen the “What meditation isn’t” animation on our homepage this week? It’s the work of Stephen Heppell, a mitra training for ordination at the London Buddhist Centre.
“I’ve always been passionate about Team Based Right Livelihood”, he says, “and have always loved creativity so I thought I’d try and bring these interests together in the form of Moving Vision Motion Graphics, a video production company. I’ve set it up with two aims:
By Munisha on Tue, 18 Feb, 2014 - 00:15New View Residential is a Triratna team-based right livelihood business in Cambridge. Founded in 2010 by Jayasiddhi, it’s part of the Windhorse Trust, which also operates the Windhorse:Evolution ethical giftware businesses.
New View is a residential letting agency aiming to provide ethical services to landlords and tenants while promoting Buddhist values and raising much needed funds for Triratna and for local charities.
All their profits are donated to charity and they encourage their landlords...