Vidyamala explores the crucial place of awareness of vedana if we are to move from reactive states to more creative ones.
Estamos muy contentas de informarles que las siguientes mujeres recibieron su ordenación pública el día 20 de Octubre en el Centro Budista de la Ciudad de México.
We are delighted to let you know that the following women received their public ordination on the 20th October in the Buddhist Centre in Mexico City.
In October Mexico will once again host a convention for people in the Triratna Buddhist Order at the beautiful Chintamani Retreat Center near Cuernavaca. A retreat for people training for ordination is also being planned. It's wonderful to have this connection with people from the Buddhist Centers in Mexico City (Roma and Coyoacan) and Cuernavaca.
Women in the North American Triratna ordination process have expressed concern about the impact of air travel on climate change.
Sixteen members of the Core Sangha gathered at Dharmadhara to meditate and reflect on Stillness, Simplicity, and Contentment, focusing on the Satipatthana Sutta. Paramabodhi, who was visiting from the UK, led the retreat this year. He is an old friend to the sangha, having helped get the SFBC going in the early 90's before returning to London to work on his art.
A timely and thought-provoking talk given at a People of Color (POC) day-long retreat at Oakland’s East Bay Meditation Center earlier this year. The East Bay Meditation Center hosts teachers from all lineages to teach the Dharma to their POC, LGBTQI2, Differently Abled and Scent Free Communities.
Talk given February 2019.
A word so radical, spellcheck doesn't recognize it! Visit the link below for reflections on how inclusivity impacts sangha and practice, and to listen to the talk Singhashri gave at the London Buddhist Centre’s Transforming Self and World group in April, 2017.