This is a very exciting opportunity to work in a radical alternative to the conventional property industry! See below for more info.
New View Residential is looking for a new team member to join a dynamic and professional Team-Based Right Livelihood in Cambridge. We are looking for applicants who are keen to share in the broad development of the...
On a sunny, cloudy and windy Easter weekend in April, 27 young buddhists from five different countries came together in retreat centre Metta Vihara in the Netherlands to explore the idea of ‘total action, free mind’.
If we long to free our minds, it may be most obvious to turn to practices working directly with the mind, such as meditation and reflection, which will help us to become wiser, more aware and, as a result, more skilful...
Dharma practice is a vigorous and courageous engagement with life, the world and reality. On this retreat, we will be exploring meditation and Buddhist practices that will help us strengthen and embody the fearless wisdom and compassion that transforms ourselves and the world.
Suitable for women who regularly practice the mindfulness of breathing and metta bhavana.
‘Akshobya means immovable, what does not shake, what does not tremble. He represents the openness, the non-centrality of the Enlightenment experience: its toughness and solidness, its indestructibility, its firmness, its strength, its immovability, its unshakeability.’
- THEUNSHAKEABLE -
21st - 28th April
A 7-day retreat exploring the unshakeable archetypal Buddha Akshobya, through ritual, talks, discussion, meditation and friendship. Led by a team of young Order members and open to all men aged 18 - 35.
Taraloka offers a unique context for women to live a full-time Dharma life, for being of service to others and for personal and collective transformation. We are looking for female Order Members or GFR mitras for two roles: bookkeeping and finance and administration and bookings secretary. The closing date...
Posted by Free Buddhist Audio on Thu, 22 Dec, 2016 - 00:00
In this short personal talk given on the Men's Sub35 weekend entitled 'Steering to the Deep', Viryanaga parallels the Buddha comparing the Dharma to the mighty ocean in the Udana. In this talk Viryanaga recounts some of his experience and reflections of sailing on the strange and wonderful ocean, and compares this to his initial encounters and deepening within the Dharma.