A chance to be with other young women (under 35) who are also training for ordination. How can we, as young women, bring the Dharma into the centre of our lives? What will our lives look like? What are the most relevant issues for us? Public Preceptor Ratnadharini is also coming to share with us the benefit of her experience of practising Buddhism from a young age.
Later this month Triratna Young Buddhists in Europe will be gathering again at Adhisthana, for their first ever retreat for under-25s.
Singhamati is the Young People’s Co-ordinator employed by Triratna’s European Chairs’ Assembly. She writes: “The weekend is an chance for younger Buddhists, or those interested in meditation and Buddhism, to come together, meet friends old and new, practise and have fun!
Open to newcomers and those who have been practising for years, it’ll be a unique and important opportunity for younger...
This retreat is the first of it’s kind and an exciting opportunity for those 25 and under to come together; to build friendships and explore what Buddhism has to say about life’s big questions and how to live a meaningful life.
We will be looking at Sangharakshita’s teachings on the Greater Mandala of Aesthetic Appreciation; exploring beauty in the spiritual life and how we can live aligned with our deepest values.
The retreat will be led by Order Members and Mitras who are under...