We are happy to be arranging our Third Transgender Retreat soon with the help of some fundraising!
In 2021 Shuan Bartone became a Mitra through the Boston Sangha and Triratna Gender Diverse Buddhists. A year later, He started working on a project to record a song about Dr. Ambedkar, called ‘Babasaheb’, which is released on BandCamp.
We are excited to share another conversation between Ratnaguna and Prajnanandi as they delve deeper into the topic of Autism and the Triratna Buddhist Community. After receiving a positive response to their first discussion, they have decided to record three additional episodes to explore the nuances of being on the autism spectrum. In these episodes, they will discuss how we can make small but meaningful changes to support neurodiverse individuals to thrive in our Sangha.
This episode specifically focuses on sensory processing,...
In this interview Prajnanandi, who is autistic, explains what autism is, tells Ratnaguna how it is to be an autistic within the Triratna Buddhist Community, and how we can make it easier for autistics to thrive in our sangha.
We are happy to see the Sheffield Buddhist Sangha at People to People’s Transgender Project. The welcome ceremony was led by Tejadhamma, who offered the Garland and Scarf of Panchasheel by the auspicious hands of a very senior Indian order member Chandrasheel.
There was good interaction and discussion between our transgender sangha and SBC pilgrims. In the...
The Urgyen Sangharakshita Trust is delighted to announce the launch of the online Triratna Video Library.
This remarkable new resource offers hundreds of videos documenting the breadth and depth of Triratna around the world. For the first time you can search hundreds of hours of never-before-seen footage, Sangharakshita’s talks, documentaries, news stories, videos for schools and the complete Clear...
Did you know that you can apply for small grants of up to £3,000 from FutureDharma?
The grants are for inspirational Triratna Dharma projects and initiatives which have immediate funding needs or smaller local projects which are prevented from establishing themselves due to a lack of local funds.
Some projects we have supported in the past with our small grants are:
Room rental costs for the Clacton-on-sea Mitra group
Travel costs for visiting Order Members to Estonia
Fitting out a new Dharma library at the Cuernavaca Buddhist Centre, Mexico
FutureDharma Fund and India Dhamma Trust are launching Triratna’s Thrive Online Appeal, and we need you to join us.
Our world is in lockdown. COVID-19 is changing everything: nobody knows what our world will look like in a year’s time. For some, the challenge of lockdown is overwhelming, causing a tragic surge in depression, addictions, and domestic violence.
This distanced, suffering world needs the Three Jewels more than ever.
The problem is that our centres are closed. The core of what Triratna has offered the...