Thursday 24 March 2016

A Course in the Majjhima Nikaya with Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

A Course in the Majjhima Nikaya with Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

This ongoing course offers the opportunity to study the Majjhima Nikaya with one of the co-translators of the influential English translation, The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha (Wisdom Publications). The class starts at 9:30 am with a half-hour silent meditation. This is followed at 10 am by a talk on a sutta, with time for questions. A discussion period led by the teacher will be held after lunch, from noon to 12:30 pm. Newcomers are welcome. 

Tuesday 22 March 2016

Harvard University : the Pluralism Project, Buddhism

Harvard University : the Pluralism Project

These resources include four sets of essays, three timelines, different kind of media, and a link to our nationwide directory of religious centers. If you would like to read more about Buddhists, check out our featured research reports and our Religion Diversity News archive of domestic and international news stories. You can also visit our bibliography page for more resources and our selected links page for a list of Buddhist organizations and publications.

HuffPost: Cutting Through the Corporate Mindfulness Hype

Cutting Through the Corporate Mindfulness Hype

Co-authored with Edwin Ng, 
Lecturer, School of Communications and Creative Arts, Deakin University

There has been a chorus of recent articles touting the benefits of mindfulness at work. But have they really distinguished between fact and fad, science from ideology, and the risks versus the benefits with regards to mindfulness at work? Part One addresses how the corporate mindfulness movement draws from the dubious discipline of “management science,” which historically has been a political endeavor to secure and legitimate the interests of corporations. Part Two will clarify that we are not dismissing the potential of mindfulness as a disruptive technology against prevailing systems, and invite readers to consider how they might use mindfulness to experiment with critical self-care.

Tuesday 15 March 2016

Basic Counseling Skills Everyone Can Learn and Use


Basic Counseling Skills
Everyone Can Learn and Use

Mobile device users may find easier to access.

You were looking for a FREE ON-LINE Basic Counseling Skills site where you can learn and use:
B. COUNSELING THEORIES and how to integrate these into
There is so much useful information on every page of this website on Basic Counseling Skills that you may want to print it off, three-hole punch it, and put it in a large binder. This will make it easy to refer to and add to.

Monday 14 March 2016

The Buddha Comes to Sussex

Dharma Documentaries

The Buddha comes to Sussex