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Amaradaya explores the idea of tathagatagarbha, the ever present possibility of Enlightenment, at Buddha Day Festival. May 2019. The post From Spiritual Building to Spiritual Farming appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
A talk by Acharashraddha on our Sangha Retreat at Adhisthana. Can we communicate and be friends with any other human being? What is spiritual friendship? April 2019 The post Humanity is Basically One appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
A talk by Vishangka on our Sangha Retreat at Adhisthana. Is Buddhism a religion? What is faith? What can religion offer to humanity? April 2019 The post Religion in a Secular World appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
A talk by Arthavadin on our Sangha Retreat at Adhisthana. What are the existential truths the Buddha saw? What do they mean for us today? April 2019. The post Buddhism – A Universal Religion of Humanity appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Following Sangharakshita's death, Ratnaguna urges us to get to know Bhante through his poetry. December 2018. The post Getting to know Urgyen Sangharakshita through his Poetry appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Sundeep explores the life of Dr Ambedkar and his ongoing influence and significance for the Triratna Buddhist Community and the wider world. October 2018. The post The Relevance and Legacy of Dr Ambedkar appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Ratnaguna explores the archetypal Buddha, freed from his historical and geographical context, as found in the Mahayana sutras. October 2018 The post The Buddha beyond the Buddha appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Ratnaguna explores the Buddha as a human being in a particular time and context, drawing from Pali sources that help bring out his personality. October 2018 The post The Buddha was born as we are born appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Vajrapriya explores the terms doing and being and suggests how we can bring greater stillness into activity, and vibrant energy into calm. March 2018 The post The Greater Mandala of Uselessness appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
At our International Women's Day celebrations, Taravandana explores the Buddha's teachings on the Worldly Winds and how we can navigate them as women in the 21st Century. March 2018 The post Sailing the Worldly Winds appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Maitridevi explores how things that are broken can be given a fresh perspective through their repair, and a greater beauty revealed. March 2018. The post Love and the Beauty of Broken Things appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Priyavadita explores the role that faith has played in his spiritual life. In particular, his love for Pingya's Praises of the Way to the Beyond, from the Sutta Nipata. January 2018. The post Me and my Mate Pingya appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Balajit shares his journey of discovery around what the body is and what it might mean for the body to be truly, profoundly and deeply at peace with itself. October 2017 The post A Body at Peace with Itself appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.Από τον Manchester Buddhist Centre
 
Arthapriya invites Western Triratna Buddhists to rise to the challenge of Dr Ambedkar's vision by working collectively and seeing that our own well-being and freedom is interwoven with those around us. October 2017 The post The Curse of Narcissus – Getting over Yourself! appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.…
 
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