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Join us for a live event!

Join us at 7 pm (UK time) on Tuesday, 13th July, when we’ll be hosting a live online event to launch our latest book, I Hear Her Words: An Introduction to Women in Buddhism. Danasamudra, co-founder of the Triratna Women Project and librarian of the Sangharakshita Library at Adhisthana, will be in conversation with the … [ Read More ]

Another free eBook

A line from a poem by Damian Barr has been widely quoted recently: ‘We are in the same storm, but not in the same boat.’ In some places the winds of COVID-19 are raging, and the boats are not seaworthy. In India. In Brazil. Amongst those who have lost much in the last year, one … [ Read More ]

Just released: Vajradevi’s ‘Uncontrived Mindfulness’

Just released: Vajradevi’s ‘Uncontrived Mindfulness’

We are very pleased to announce the release of Vajradevi’s first book, Uncontrived Mindfulness: Ending Suffering through Attention, Curiosity and Wisdom. The Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta is a foundational text in the Buddhist tradition, outlining a path of increasing awareness and wisdom. Over many years, Vajradevi has drawn on a range of approaches to the practice of satipaṭṭhāna: … [ Read More ]

Upcoming highlights this year

Upcoming highlights this year

Latest news To tie in with The Buddhist Centre Online’s Triratna Day celebrations, until April 10th we’re giving away the eBook edition of Subhuti’s Sangharakshita: A New Voice in the Buddhist Tradition. Download your free copy here. Windhorse author Shantigarbha is offering six-week online courses on the theme of responding to the climate and ecological emergency, based on his … [ Read More ]

Sangharakshita’s Three Jewels trilogy back in print

Sangharakshita’s Three Jewels trilogy (Who is the Buddha?, What is the Dharma? and What is the Sangha?) is essential reading for anyone with an interest in Buddhism. It provides an elucidation of the three central principles on which Buddhism is based: the Buddha, who represents the principle of ‘awakening’; the Dharma, the teachings and practices … [ Read More ]

Our latest free eBook and our January Sale

Happy New Year! May all blessings be yours in 2021. Until the end of January, we’re giving away the eBook edition of Change Your Mind by Paramananda, which is one of our bestselling books on meditation. Download your free copy of Change Your Mind. This giveaway ties in with an online retreat Paramananda will be … [ Read More ]

2020: A Review of the Year

2020: A Review of the Year

[Photo by Daniel Andrade on Unsplash] Windhorse Publications is one of only a handful of Buddhist publishers in the West, and, to our knowledge, we’re the only Buddhist publisher based in the UK. For the past forty-five years, the books we’ve published (by Sangharakshita and other authors) have been instrumental in the continued spread of … [ Read More ]

Introducing ‘I Hear Her Words’

Introducing ‘I Hear Her Words’

We’re delighted to announce that in May we’ll be publishing I Hear Her Words: An Introduction to Women in Buddhism by Alice Collett. Core Buddhist doctrines and ethical formulations provide no justification for the notion that women are inferior to men. However, Buddhism was born and took root in ancient and medieval societies that held traditional … [ Read More ]

A new audiobook and our latest free eBook

A new audiobook and our latest free eBook

A new audiobook One of our best-selling titles has just been released as an audiobook. It’s the award-wining Eight Step Recovery: Using the Buddha’s Teachings to Overcome Addiction by Valerie Mason-John (Vimalasara) and Dr Paramabandhu Groves. Human nature has an inbuilt tendency towards addiction. Many of us self-medicate in response to hardships, turning to food, … [ Read More ]