Looking back on Adhisthana’s 2022 International Course: A film by Prasadachitta

Last year, we had the privilege of hosting a one-month international course for Order Members from around the world, aiming to provide training, support, and the opportunity to forge deep friendships and connections within the international sangha. Led by a team of Order members who live and work at Adhisthana, participants delved into the four …

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Furnishing the Courtyard

Recently Yashodeva was visiting Croome Court, a National Trust property, and noticed a trailer being loaded with old tables and chairs, while brand new furniture was being prepared for distribution. Yashodeva approached the woman who appeared to be in charge and asked if she would be interested in selling the old furniture. To his delight, …

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Beth, What Adhisthana Means to Me

BY BETH, Mitra attending classes at Adhisthana I first came to Adhisthana on the Young Person’s Guru’s Advice festival retreat in August 2021 and since then it has been a constancy for me. Through retreats, weekly classes and volunteering I enjoy the space that Adhisthana holds for deep spiritual work, friendship and learning.  Particularly memorable moments for …

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Writing about Sangharakshita

by Vishvapani Over the last few years I’ve been rereading and writing about Sangharakshita. I started thinking I had something to say about him that would integrate criticisms with appreciation and might be helpful to others in Triratna. But the more I tried to identify what I wanted to say, the deeper I found myself …

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