‘A very good introduction’ – Sarah Shaw reviews This Being, That Becomes for the Buddhist Studies Review

We were delighted to see this review of Dhivan Thomas Jones’ This Being, That Becomes in the Buddhist Studies Review. Sarah Shaw describes Dhivan’s book as ‘a very good introduction’ which is ‘sympathetic and very well-written, with an underlying attention to scholarly detail and with good referencing to a wide range of primary and secondary sources.’ … [ Read More ]

Spiritual Rebirth: Passion Transformed – an article by Kamalashila, author of Buddhist Meditation

Within Buddhism, and within our particular tradition, we encounter a diversity of dharma practices, and it’s important we understand what each is intended to achieve. All dharma practice really boils down to one: the practice of spiritual realisation. Cultivation of the Buddha’s awakening, and receptivity to the influence of that awakening, is the thread running … [ Read More ]

Metaphors, Magic and Mystery – a new book by Sangharakshita

Metaphors, Magic and Mystery – a new book by Sangharakshita

We’ve just released Metaphors, Magic and Mystery, an anthology of Sangharakshita’s writings and teachings on words and their relation to the truth. Produced to celebrate the opening of the Sangharakshita Library at Adhisthana, Metaphors, Magic and Mystery is an insight into how we can use words skilfully as we follow the Buddhist path. Find out … [ Read More ]

Kamalashila’s Buddhist Meditation – now only £14.99!

Kamalashila’s Buddhist Meditation – now only £14.99!

We’ve reduced the price of Kamalashila’s Buddhist Meditation from £17.99 to £14.99, so that’s £12.74 with our Standard Discount and only £10.49 with our Lifetime Discount. The first edition of Kamalashila’s Buddhist Meditation, published in 1991, soon became the classic guide to meditating within Triratna. In 2012, Kamalashila substantially revised and updated the original work, including new sections on … [ Read More ]