Triple Gem spring clean

Over the next several weeks, the TG website will undergo a transformation. We are sweeping away tired old posts and material and introducing a new structure and content. Part of … Continue Reading →


Essential Buddhism Course

We are considering running an 8 or 10 week course called ‘Essential Buddhism’ which will study the history, traditions, and practices of mainstream Buddhism. The focus will be on the … Continue Reading →


Census 2011 – tick the box for Buddhism

                                    The Network of Buddhist Organisations have launched a ‘tick the box for … Continue Reading →


LifeSkills Mindfulness (LSM) Courses

Triple Gem Buddhist Foundation – LifeSkills Mindfulness (LSM) Courses Over more than thirty years there has been a growing ‘mindfulness’ meditation movement of which Jon Kabat-Zinn was an early pioneer. … Continue Reading →


Opportunities for Young Buddhists

TripleGem is aware of a number of opportunities for young Buddhists to work on a range of projects. The projects typically  require young people between the ages of 18 and … Continue Reading →


Young Faith Ambassadors Required

‘Tony Blair today launched an international search for thirty outstanding young people to serve as inter-religious ambassadors for the Millennium Development Goals. In Spring 2009 these young activists aged 18 … Continue Reading →


Young Faith Ambassadors Required

‘Tony Blair today launched an international search for thirty outstanding young people to serve as inter-religious ambassadors for the Millennium Development Goals. In Spring 2009 these young activists aged 18 … Continue Reading →


The Secular Buddha

Stephen Batchelor gave an interesting lecture on his planned book describing the ‘drama within the Dhamma’ and examining the political and social context of the Buddha’s life. This was one … Continue Reading →


Comment loss!

In attempting to set parameters to prevent the constant posting of comments advertising pharmaceutical products, I am very sorry to say that all comments from all news postings have been permanently deleted from display. … Continue Reading →


Social Evils

The results of a survey into what are regarded as the current social evils and conducted by the Joseph Rowntree foundation has produced some interesting results. Many of the findings are predictable with greed, … Continue Reading →