- Some reflections from my experience of practising for around 20 years in the Triratna Buddhist Community (then FWBO), an assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of Triratna practice, and what we might learn from them
- A reflection that most people probably need to engage with the Middle Way through practical experience rather than only through theory
- A proposal for a threefold model of practice in MWS, meaning that we aim to work in parallel at the integration of desire, meaning and belief: for example, using meditation alongside the arts and critical thinking
- Proposals for how we might get MWS practice classes going in different places, to help a wider range of people
I seek feedback on these proposals from anyone interested, whether or not you are a member of the society and whether or not you envisage ever being involved in practice classes. It is not final and may be improved upon.
Picture: Tai Chi pose (Wikimedia Commons)