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...
On Sunday 1st December around 40 people gathered at the Croydon Buddhist Centre, to conduct a dedication ceremony for our new Team Based Right Livelihood charity shop Hidden Gems. Led by Sucimani and Amarapuspa, we meditated, reflected and rejoiced in those who helped make the project happen. Claudine from Lama’s Pyjamas did the honours of cutting the 3 jewel ribbons declaring the opening of the shop. We took...
By bodhinaga on Wed, 26 Sep, 2012 - 11:49A great opportunity to hear from Sheffield sangha members about how they practice in different situations; with Kate Arrowsmith talking about community as practice, John & Cathy Brazier speaking about family as practice, and Maitridasa talking about work as practice. The 3 talks are preceded by an introduction from Vadanya. 11th September 2012.