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Win a signed copy of Vaddhaka’s The Buddha on Wall Street for Buddhist Action Month

Win a signed copy of Vaddhaka’s The Buddha on Wall Street for Buddhist Action Month

June is Buddhist Action Month – a celebration of Buddhist-inspired social action. In this video interview, Vaḍḍhaka puts forward some suggestions for what we can do to create a society that is less dominated by greed, hatred and delusion and more in line with the Buddha’s values. What are you doing for Buddhist Action Month? … [ Read More ]

The Buddha on Wall Street on tour – Vaddhaka is coming to a Buddhist Centre near you!

The Buddha on Wall Street on tour – Vaddhaka is coming to a Buddhist Centre near you!

There’s just three weeks to go until Vaḍḍhaka begins his tour of the UK and Ireland to launch his new book, The Buddha on Wall Street: What’s Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It. Here’s a full list of the dates and venues: May 11th – Manchester Buddhist Centre, UK May 12th – Sheffield Buddhist … [ Read More ]

‘Original, insightful and provocative’ – Vaddhaka’s The Buddha on Wall Street is now available!

We are very excited to announce the release of Vaḍḍhaka Linn’s The Buddha on Wall Street: What’s Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It. Described by David Loy as an ‘original, insightful, and provocative evaluation of our economic situation today’, The Buddha on Wall Street suggests that there is an alternative to … [ Read More ]

Exploring Karma and Rebirth

Everyone has heard of karma and rebirth these days. But when Karma is a perfume and Rebirth is a skin care brand, it’s not always clear what the concepts actually refer to. This month, we’re going to be reflecting on these two important but often misunderstood Buddhist doctrines. We’ll be using Nagapriya’s Exploring Karma & … [ 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 ]