Dhammarati has worked as the convenor of the International Council for the last decade, establishing a structure for communication and collaboration between the College, Order and Movement from every geographical area, to support the unity of our spiritual community across the world.
In March, he handed over to Arthavadin who will work with the International Council Steering Group and Area Councils, to support and develop the work of the International Council in its next phase.
Since resigning as chair of the Manchester Buddhist Centre (MBC) in 2018...
In 2019 Dharmachakra (the team behind The Buddhist Centre Online and Free Buddhist Audio) is expanding. Thanks to grants from FutureDharma and the European Chairs’ Assembly we are finally able to turn our attention to sustainable mobile development for all Triratna central websites and services.
We’re looking for:
An experienced junior or senior front-end developer.
An experienced Android developer.
An experienced iOS developer.
If the thought of helping us spread the Dharma with work on mobile applications excites you, we’d...
“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
New community member wanted at Guhyaloka Retreat Centre, Spain
Guhyaloka is the Triratna men’s ordination centre situated in the peaceful and picturesque Sierra Aitana mountains in Alicante province, eastern Spain.
We are looking for one or possibly two Dharmacharis or male GFR mitras who would like to join our band of brothers working to support the creation of the order here in our beautiful mountain valley. Guhyaloka is an inspiring, mythical place with challenges and rewards in equal number - it is a...
By Centre Team on Sun, 7 Jul, 2013 - 19:38Louise at ‘The Secret Life of Buddhafield’ blog has written a lovely post about just what it means to her to be part of the community and helping create conditions for practice in nature. Here’s the introduction…