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Another new release and this month’s discounted paperbacks

From The Community Toolkit for Uncertain Times on Mon, 5 Oct, 2020 - 16:15

Another new release and this month’s discounted paperbacks

From The Community Toolkit for Uncertain Times on Mon, 5 Oct, 2020 - 16:15

Windhorse Publications is thrilled to announce the release of It’s Not Out There: How to see differently and live an extraordinary, ordinary life by Danapriya. In this video, Helen from the Windhorse Publications team interviews Danapriya about the book.

Most of us constantly look outside ourselves for something: happiness, love, contentment. But this something is not out there. ‘It’ is within us. In It’s Not Out There, Buddhist teacher and mentor, Danapriya, helps you to look inside yourself in such a way that life becomes...

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Our eBook giveaway this week is inconceivable!

Mon, 20 Jul, 2020 - 15:00

Our eBook giveaway this week is inconceivable!

Mon, 20 Jul, 2020 - 15:00

In this video, Vajragupta explains what he appreciates most about Sangharakshita’s approach to scriptural commentary in The Inconceivable Emancipation.

Welcome to Week 19 of our Free the Dharma eBook giveaway! This week, we’re offering The Inconceivable Emancipation, a commentary by Sangharakshita on the Vimalakīrti-Nirdeśa, an important Mahāyāna sūtra. A print version of this book is included in Volume 16 of The Complete Works of SangharakshitaMahāyāna Myths and Stories

Mahāyāna Buddhism, to which the Zen and Tibetan traditions are related, emphasizes the...

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New Director of Windhorse Publications

From Triratna News on Wed, 15 Jan, 2020 - 11:07

New Director of Windhorse Publications

From Triratna News on Wed, 15 Jan, 2020 - 11:07

Priyananda, who has been at the helm of Windhorse Publications for the past ten years, is stepping down as director in March. Windhorse Publications are the main publisher of Sangharakshita, the founder of the Triratna Buddhist Order. They also publish on the whole range of the Buddhist tradition, investing in books by authors such as Anālayo, Vimalasara, Vaddhaka and many others to better communicate Buddhism clearly in the 21st century.

Dhammamegha,...

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The #lifechangingbooks campaign needs YOU!

Mon, 15 Jul, 2019 - 16:16

The #lifechangingbooks campaign needs YOU!

Mon, 15 Jul, 2019 - 16:16

Have you heard about Windhorse Publications’ #lifechangingbooks campaign? They’re inviting you to join them on social media (InstagramTwitter or Facebook) to watch people talking about a Windhorse book that has changed their life. 

In this video, Priyananda, Publishing Director at Windhorse Publications, gives the low-down on the campaign. Visit the #lifechangingbooks page on Windhorse Publications’ website to view all the videos they’ve shared to date.

The purpose of the campaign is two-fold: to share inspiration about the power of books to...

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Which Windhorse book has changed YOUR life?

Mon, 1 Jul, 2019 - 09:00

Which Windhorse book has changed YOUR life?

Mon, 1 Jul, 2019 - 09:00

Windhorse Publications is excited to announce the launch of its #lifechangingbooks campaign.

Windhorse Publications has been publishing books on mindfulness, meditation and Buddhism for 45 years. Over that time, thousands of people’s lives have changed as a result of reading a Windhorse book.

In this video, Sadayasihi from Dublin talks about a Windhorse book that has changed her life: Mind in Harmony by Subhuti.

Windhorse Publications is inviting you to:

  • join them on social media (InstagramTwitter or Facebook) to watch people talking about a Windhorse book that has
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Sarvananda on Solitude and Loneliness

Mon, 16 Jul, 2012 - 14:53

Sarvananda on Solitude and Loneliness

Mon, 16 Jul, 2012 - 14:53Sarvananda introduces his new book: Solitude and Loneliness: A Buddhist View