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Talks given over the years at the Manchester Buddhist Centre by local and visiting teachers

Talks given over the years at the Manchester Buddhist Centre by local and visiting teachers
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Talks given over the years at the Manchester Buddhist Centre by local and visiting teachers

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English


Episodes

The Imaginal Faculty

4/17/2018
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As part of day for women training for ordination, Taravandana explores the Imaginal Faculty and how it can help deepen our spiritual practice. January 2017 The post The Imaginal Faculty appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:48:41

Sailing the Worldly Winds

4/5/2018
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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.

Duration:00:44:58

Insight and Perception

12/1/2017
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Mahabodhi explores the meaning of the Sanskrit term ‘samjna’, or ‘sanna’ in Pali, often translated as perception. November 2017 The post Insight and Perception appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:45:13

A Body at Peace with Itself

10/23/2017
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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.

Duration:01:00:25

Facing Complexity: The Radical Simplicity of Solidarity and Groundlessness

7/17/2017
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Guhyapati, from the Ecodharma Centre, explores how the Dharma can empower social engagement, at our weekly Sangha gathering, July 2017. The post Facing Complexity: The Radical Simplicity of Solidarity and Groundlessness appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:42:25

Strong for the Many

7/9/2017
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In a Dharma Day talk, Sanghadhara asks how developing our practice can help us benefit all beings, July 2017. The post Strong for the Many appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:36:33

Red Shift: The Discriminating Wisdom of Amitabha

4/27/2017
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Maitridevi brings together poetry, science and classic Buddhist teachings to explore how the Buddhist Path can be seen as a positive force for good in the world. April 2017 The post Red Shift: The Discriminating Wisdom of Amitabha appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:44:11

Walking through the Wilderness – How to develop Faith

4/27/2017
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Vajratara, in a talk given at Triratna Night, guides us through an exploration of the conditions needed for faith to arise and develop. March 2017. The post Walking through the Wilderness – How to develop Faith appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:54:54

Triratna Sangha in India

2/9/2017
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Tarahridaya provides a personal take on the transformative nature of the work of the Dharma and Triratna Buddhist Order in India. September 2016 The post Triratna Sangha in India appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:23:49

Triratna in India

2/8/2017
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Chandrabodhi gives a personal recollection of the growth and development of the Triratna Buddhist Order in India. September 2016 The post Triratna in India appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:31:02

An Introduction to Dr Ambedkar and the India Dhamma Trust

2/8/2017
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Carunalaka introduces the India Dhamma Trust. September 2016 The post An Introduction to Dr Ambedkar and the India Dhamma Trust appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:06:23

Buddhafield: Lifestyle as Practice

1/20/2017
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Satyadaya explores team based working and living in the context of Buddhafield. January 2017 The post Buddhafield: Lifestyle as Practice appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:26:17

On Death and Bubbles

9/16/2016
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Sanghadhara reflects on death and how to engage with a sense of beauty. September 2016 The post On Death and Bubbles appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:44:38

Self Metta: An Exploration

9/5/2016
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Satyajyoti looks at how metta, or kindness, towards yourself is the cornerstone of contentment. September 2016 The post Self Metta: An Exploration appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:24:03

Taking a New Name into a New Life

8/9/2016
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Sanghadhara explores what it means to get a new name and how it expresses his aspiration. August 2016 The post Taking a New Name into a New Life appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:37:43

Origins of our System of Practice

7/25/2016
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Mahabodhi explores the early history of Buddhism, and suggests that the origins of the Triratna system of practice lie there. July 2016 The post Origins of our System of Practice appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:42:08

The Path to Buddhist Engagement

6/27/2016
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In Buddhist Action Month, Parami explores the tension between inner and outer engagement, June 2016 The post The Path to Buddhist Engagement appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:57:55

Introducing Vajrapani

6/20/2016
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Sthirajyoti gently unleashes the powerful archetypal figure of Vajrapani. June 2016 The post Introducing Vajrapani appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:35:11

The Business of Buddhist Action

6/13/2016
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Anjali Chatterjee explores Buddhist approaches to the real world of business. June 2016 The post The Business of Buddhist Action appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:58:41

The Buried Life

5/22/2016
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Arthavadin challenges us in discussing self, other and the Third Order of Consciousness. May 2016 The post The Buried Life appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.

Duration:00:59:58