Apramāda

Buddhist perspectives on society and culture

Apramāda Contributors

Achara

A Chartered Engineer by background, Achara’s first love is uncovering ‘how things work’. This explains his thrill on discovering the Dharma, becoming especially intrigued by the law of conditioned co-production. He recently founded an agency specialising in obtaining high quality data.

Advayacitta

Advayacitta is a retired clinical psychologist. He is the author of  ‘Thinking at the Crossroads – a Buddhist exploration of Western thought’.

Dayavajra

Dayavajra has worked in Buddhist run businesses for several decades. Recently he set up a Cafe in Sheffield run by a Buddhist team.

Ratnaguna

Ratnaguna has been a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order for 45 years. He is a well-known teacher and has written four books – The Art of Reflection, Great Faith Great Wisdom (with Dharmachari Śraddhāpa), Kindfulness (in Spanish, with Dharmachari Dharmakirit), and, under his civil name, Gary Hennessey, The Little Mindfulness Workbook.

Sthirananda

Sthirananda is a Taiji and Qigong practitioner and teacher. Also, a keen acoustic guitarist and singer with a love for music of most genres. Recent interests include studio recording, mixing and mastering.

Subhamati[1]

Subhamati has been a member of Triratna Buddhist Order for thirty-one years. He has led a varied career as a university administrator, a language teacher, and a teacher of meditation and Buddhism. He has worked as an editor or co-author (with Dharmachari Subhuti) on several books, including Buddhism and Friendship and Mind in Harmony: the psychology of Buddhist ethics.

Vidyaruchi

Vidyaruchi has been a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order for 12 years, for the first four of which he was personal assistant to its founder, Urgyen Sangharakshita. Since then he has been a freelance Buddhist. When not engaged in teaching or travelling he mainly lives in a shed in his parents’ garden.

Subscribe

Subscribe to Apramada. You’ll receive an email when new content is published.