Kerala is suffering its worst floods for 100 years. Hundreds of thousands have been displaced and are living in over 1,000 relief camps set up in the State. There have been a number of deaths and many serious injuries. Many are missing. The numbers are rising all the time. But even in such disaster, ugly face of untouchability rises and Dalits are discriminated during relief, as reported by India Today on July 24th, 2018. It happened earlier in Gujarat Earthquake; even the Tsunami...
We are glad to invite you for participation in NNBY’s 3rd International Buddhist Youth Convention (IBYC2020)- a unique opportunity to bring Triratna Buddhist youth Community from across the world. Theme: ”Building a New Buddhist World: United in Diversity” Lead By: Dh Subhuti Date: 16-21 Feb 2020 Venue:Three Jewels Centre- Bodhgaya, Bihar- India Fees: Indian participants: INR 4000/- International participants: Rs. 12500/- (£148 approx) (For food and lodging charges during the convention dates) Indian participants intake: 200 International participants intake: 50
This FBA Podcast is a talk by Mahamati entitled ‘Actualizing the 1000 Armed Avalokiteshvara’. The third of four talks given on the Padmaloka May National Order weekend, Mahamati talks on actualizing the myth of the Order- symbolised in the 1000 armed Avalokiteshvara.
The Sikkha Project aims to develop an integrated, progressive spiritual training in Triratna at every level of experience from newcomers to the Order, to discover and share how the different elements of our system are taught and practiced most effectively – and to create resources and training to fill any gaps.
Here are a set of conversations from a small, first gathering in 2017 of Dharma teachers in the Triratna Buddhist Community to discuss the project, looking at Dharma training throughout Triratna.
Here is a short podcast with members of the Irish Sangha discussing what has motivated them, and what continues to inspire them, to practice the Dharma. From ‘finding my friends’ and a sense of meaning to life, to building a Buddha-land and being able to practice within one’s own culture, Jnanadhara, Vajrashura, and Pavara together with Mitras Julie, Sean and Kristina share their thoughts.
Recorded in the Dublin Buddhist Centre during Triratna Day in April 2018.
By Free Buddhist Audio on Thu, 8 Feb, 2018 - 16:01
A second series of three great short talks from the women’s wing of the 2018 Order Convention in Bodhgaya, India. This time we hear from inspiring dharmacharinis hailing from the Spanish-speaking world, from North America and from Germany.