The Canada Tibet Committee announced on Saturday that they are launching a new resource centre.
Here is the press release, from PR-Inside.com:
Canada Tibet Committee launches resource centre for Buddhists with message from Dalai Lama
You can also find out more at CTC’s own website: . . . Read More.
Find out more on the web at: http://www.mindandlife.org/
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Integration is the name of the game in this initiative. Buddhism is about facing and understanding reality.
According to United Airlines’ Hemispheres magazine, Buddhist psychology is one of the hot new trends for 2010 – specifically, the Mind & Life Institute in Boulder, CO. Here’s a link to the article…
Mind & Life Institute in Tech Trends 2010
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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I’m torn asunder by the world The violence tough men hurled Against the fragile glass . . . Read More.
The CJBS was published annually in paper form by Nalanda College in Toronto for four years. The Journal is now moving online at the following URL: Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies
According to editor Prof. Suwanda Sugunasiri, the journal will offer its archived content for . . . Read More.
Just a quick note to say we’ve registered a sister site. Details and launch to follow. Sarva mangalam.
Ayya Medhanandi, Canada’s (only?) Theravada Bhikkuni, operates a center near Perth, Ontario. She was recently profiled in the Ottawa Citizen on Dec 29, 2009. The article discusses not only her practice, but some of the larger issues around bhikkuni ordination that are swirling around the . . . Read More.