Via Truth is Within, Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu’s blog…
I was thinking to write an article about the difference between religion and culture, but it doesn’t seem like the discussion would be complete without including religion’s best frenemy, science. So, here goes.
I’m writing this article both . . . Read More.
The Peace Days program has been created for the general public and focuses on cultural diversity, family, and the participation of the general population of Winnipeggers and Manitobans. Our goal is to create a popular event, and develop a firm commitment towards creating and expanding . . . Read More.
Not exactly “Meditation in the Park” or “Change Your Mind Day”, guerrilla meditation is a medmob (meditation flashmob).
This one is being pioneered by Canadian bhikkhu Yuttadhammo in Winnipeg.
Here are the details (and a medmob link)… http://yuttadhammo.sirimangalo.org/2013/08/guerrilla-meditation.html
Via the MBT website…
Dharma Message from Sensei Hayashi Greetings to everyone who holds the Manitoba Buddhist Temple near and dear to their hearts. My name is Michael Hayashi. I am new in town assisting Ulrich Sensei as an assistant minister.
I am very grateful to . . . Read More.
Here is the report on building Sangha at Winnipeg Insight Meditation Group…
On January 20, 2013 many members of our Sangha participated in a consultation on Building a Community. The notes taken from that session can be found by clicking the link below.
Thanks to . . . Read More.
Insight Meditation Winnipeg recently sent us a note…
Hello Winnipeg Insight Meditation Group, Kurt will lead this Sunday’s final Dharma talk on the 1st Noble Truth. Sunday January 13, 2013.Should you wish to read the Bhudda’s first ever discourse where he reveals for the first time the . . . Read More.
Dr. Steve Prime, a neuroscientist from the University of Manitoba, stops off in Calgary and Vancouver Buddhist Temples to share his thoughts about Buddhism and neuropsychology. Some treatment schools use techniques founded on principles similar to the four noble truths.
Dr. Prime talks about the . . . Read More.
Jeffrey Kotyk, host of the Flower Ornament Depository blog (a Winnipeger currently in Taiwan), has been tracking the statistical decline around the world of Buddhism and other eastern religions, based on search engine results over the years. His observations are quite interesting and worth a . . . Read More.
From the Winnipeg Free Press: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/life/faith/video-video-celebrates-winnipegs-diverse-faith-communities-150799865.html
Manitoba Buddhist Temple welcomes Hammad Ahmad of the Winnipeg Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at in an interfaith sharing service Sunday. It is hoped this service will initiate a healing movement between the two faiths of Islam and Buddhism. Refer to www.alislam.org for information on Ahmadiyya Muslims. Check . . . Read More.
From the Winnipeg Free Press: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/life/faith/shin-buddhism-a-spiritual-path-for-busy-people-123678749.html
From the Winnipeg Free Press, April 2, 2011:
Lots of useful links for donations, information, and contacts in Japan.
Lots of events planned.
Interesting article about their event on Sunday, March 20th, from the Calgary Examiner… http://www.examiner.com/spirituality-in-calgary/winnipeggers-rose-up-for-japan
Here’s an update from Sensei Fredrich Ulrich of the Manitoba Buddhist Temple, concerning airings of the Journey into Buddhism TV series on Joy TV in Winnipeg and Vancouver…
They are a series of 18 programs about Buddhism. Presently they are shown at 5pm Saturdays on . . . Read More.
Manitoba Buddhist Temple invites you to join their sensei in a series of 18 programs on Buddhism every Saturday, 7 a.m. on Joy TV. The program is called Journey into Buddhism and is part of the regular schedule published on the Joy TV website. (From the . . . Read More.