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Moving Against the Stream: The Birth of a New Buddhist Movement print + eBook

Moving Against the Stream: The Birth of a New Buddhist Movement Sangharakshita In 1964 Sangharakshita, the senior most Buddhist monk of British birth, left India for a visit to the UK. After twenty years in the subcontinent – travelling and lecturing, writing, working among the most deprived, and extending and deepening his knowledge of the … [ Read More ]

Moving Against the Stream: The Birth of a New Buddhist Movement eBook

Moving Against the Stream is the fourth volume of Sangharakshita’s memoirs, covering the years 1964 to 1967. It deals with Sangharakshita’s return to Britain and describes the difficulties he encountered in his attempts to unite English Buddhists.

This book is by Sangharakshita. You might also be interested in The Complete Works of Sangharakshita, available in hardback, paperback and/or eBook volumes.

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Moving Against the Stream: The Birth of a New Buddhist Movement (Paperback)

Moving Against the Stream is the fourth volume of Sangharakshita’s memoirs, covering the years 1964 to 1967. It deals with Sangharakshita’s return to Britain and describes the difficulties he encountered in his attempts to unite English Buddhists.

This book is by Sangharakshita. You might also be interested in The Complete Works of Sangharakshita, available in hardback, paperback and/or eBook volumes.

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Paperback: 428 pages

Complete list of volumes in The Complete Works of Sangharakshita

Here is the complete list of volumes in The Complete Works of Sangharakshita. The published volumes are identified in blue. When you click through you see the five available options: paperback, hardback, eBook, paperback + eBook and hardback + eBook.   I FOUNDATION   Volume 1: A SURVEY OF BUDDHISM / THE BUDDHA’S NOBLE EIGHTFOLD … [ Read More ]

A review of the year

As 2019 rolls to a close, we thought we’d look back at Windhorse Publications’ highlights of the year, as well as looking ahead to 2020. Looking back at 2019 What we’ve published this year This year we’ve released eight new titles, covering a wide range of themes and appealing to a broad readership, from the … [ Read More ]

Announcing our new books for 2020

We’re thrilled to announce the first six of the new books we’ll be publishing in 2020. Three of them are now available for sponsorship. Why sponsor a book? Publishing in the 21st century is all about adapting to challenging conditions, with lower profits from online sales and increased competition from digital formats. At Windhorse Publications we … [ Read More ]

Mindfulness Based Addiction Recovery meditations

Guided Meditation Practices for Mindfulness Based Addiction Recovery by Valerie Mason-John Mindfulness Based Addiction Recovery (MBAR) is a course for professionals working in the field of addiction and or mindfulness to deliver to their clients or participants. The eight-week course is designed to give people in recovery new skills to help maintain their sobriety and … [ Read More ]

Celebrating Sangharakshita, his books and his newly released ebooks

Sangharakshita celebrated his 88th birthday yesterday, so we thought it would be a good time to reflect on everything he has given us here at Windhorse Publications. Because, to put things simply, we wouldn’t be here without him! Publishing the works of Sangharakshita is where we started and what we’re all about – we have … [ Read More ]

An interview with Bodhipaksa, author of ‘Wildmind’

If you were to sum up your book in a few words, how would you describe it? It’s a practical guide to setting up or deepening one’s meditation practice, and it addresses the most common problems and questions that students have asked me over the years. I intended it to be very much a step-by-step … [ Read More ]

A Moseley Miscellany: Prose and Verse 1997- 2012 print + eBook

  A Moseley Miscellany: Prose and Verse 1997- 2012 Sangharakshita Sangharakshita, founder of the Triratna Buddhist Order and Community, moved to Moseley, Birmingham in 1997. He was then in his early seventies. He stayed there sixteen years. In some ways it was one of the most important periods of his life: he was handing on … [ Read More ]