INTRODUCTORY COURSES

A six-week Intro to Meditation course starts on WEDNESDAY 9th JANUARY, 7.30 - 9.30 pm. 
COURSE NOW FULL (we will be running another one in the spring).
Meditation can lead to greater freedom, happiness and insight into the nature of human consciousness. Regular meditation will change your mind!

This course is now full. Please contact Abhayanara as below for information about our next meditation course.

A six-week Intro to Buddhism course starts on WEDNESDAY 20th FEBRUARY, 7.30 - 9.30 pm, exploring ethics, meditation and wisdom, and what it means to lead a Buddhist life in the 21st century

For more information or to book, contact Abhayanara


MEDITATION TASTER SESSIONS

Get your weekend off to a good start! Alternate Saturday mornings at 11 am. All welcome. The dates for the next four months are as follows:

January 12 and 26
February 9 and 23
March 9 and 23
April 6 and 20

Please contact Akasharaja for more information.


MONTHLY GATHERING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

An informal get-together for under-35s on the first Saturday of the month at 7pm. For more information, please contact Lucy Ingram.

All activities are offered on a donation basis.

For some mental health conditions e.g. current depression, meditation may not be helpful. If in doubt, talk to your GP or contact us via the website. 


SANGHA NIGHT FOR REGULARS

The 21st Century Bodhisattva

Jan 2 - Intro - Saravantu
9 - Becoming a 21st century Bodhisattva - Akasharaja
16 - Meditation - Vajradevi
23 - Radical Kindness in A Violent World - Akasharaja
30 - Meditation - Prakasha

Feb 6 - Liberty, Equality, Fraternity - Vajrapriya
13 - Meditation - Jayaratna
20 - Seeing Nature Anew - Jyotidana
27 - Meditation - Prakasha

March 6 - Ethical Challenges in the Modern World - Vajradevi
13 - Meditation - Vajrapriya
20 - The Age of the Lone Wolf is Over - Samantabhadri
March 27 - Meditation in Motion - Jayachitta

April 3 - Dedication - Vidyaraja
10 - Meditation - Tejodharini
17 - Inaugural Talk from our President - Ratnaguna
24 - Following the Bodhisattva Path in Triratna - Saravantu


THE DANA (GENEROSITY) ECONOMY

 The Buddhist Centre is run entirely by volunteers and sustained by the generosity of many. Its purpose is to help change the world - to radically transform human consciousness and behaviour. Could you support this vision with a monthly standing order?


PARKING
 
Please be considerate to local residents and park on New Park Road, the car park behind the Spar or by the weir.


Centre calendar for the coming week







For more information on Buddhist festival days please click on the link below.