Every Thursday, 7:00pm - 9:30pm.
The evening is usually structured in two halves. In the first half there is a meditation practice, and after a short tea break, we will explore another aspect of Buddhism either with a talk and discussion, or other practices including pūjā.
From time to time, special events such as mitra ceremonies will be held on Saṅgha Night.
|Date||First Half||Second Half|
|3rd January||Nidana Chain Practice||Talk|
|10th January||Nidana Chain Practice||Sutta Study|
|17th January||Nidana Chain Practice||Dharma Cafe|
|25th January||Just Sitting||Pūjā|
|31st January||Buddhānuassati||Meditation Reviews|
|14th Feburary||Buddhānuassati||Sutta Study|
|28th Feburary||Satipatthana||Dharma Cafe|
|7th March||Satipatthana||Meditation Reviews|
|28th March||Satipatthana||Sutta Study|
Absolutely. Though of course you'll get those most out of the class by attending the whole series, there's no need to wait until the start of the next series if you want to start coming.
A pūjā is a traditional Buddhist ritual that includes chanting and making offerings.
If coming on a pūjā night and you have not done it before, please let the class leader know so they can give an introduction.
The class is best suited for those who have attended an entire series (or most of a series) on Newcomers Night or have completed an Introductory Course.
Since the meditation practice is usually without instruction, and the topics covered are quite in depth, this class is not well suited for newcomers.
We don't charge for our classes, and the team are not paid for their time. We simply ask that those who are able to do so make a donation to the centre to help us cover our running costs.
The suggested amount, based on how many people come and how much it costs to run the centre, is £7, but this is not a fixed cost and everyone is equally welcome, even if you cannot give anything at all.
We can take donations by card or cash.