Seven Papers by Subhuti with SangharakshitaPosted by Candradasa on Fri, 12 April, 2013 - 21:52
To round off our ‘Triratna anniversaries’ week, here is the appropriately definitive complete set of seven papers by Subhuti and Sangharakshita, documenting their conversations over the past few years about the whole basis of our approach to the Dharma within the Triratna Buddhist Community.
In Subhuti’s words, each attempts to follow through the implications of Sangharakshita’s statement, in the first paper, What is the Western Buddhist Order?, that the Triratna Buddhist Order is the community of his disciples and disciples of his disciples, practising according to his ‘particular presentation of the Dharma’.
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The papers included are:
What is the Western Buddhist Order? (Read the postscript on ‘discipleship’)
Revering and Relying Upon the Dharma
Re-Imagining The Buddha (and Buddhophany)
Initiation into a New Life: the Ordination Ceremony in Sangharakshita’s System of Spiritual Practice
‘A supra-personal force or energy working through me’: The Triratna Buddhist Community and the Stream of the Dharma
The Dharma Revolution and the New Society
A Buddhist Manifesto: the Principles of the Triratna Buddhist Community