Introductory Series

Mindful Living – seven-week introductory course – Sundays 1.30pm from 19 November     This new introductory series is for anyone wanting to explore a better way of living based on mindfulness and a Buddhist approach. This series, starting on Sunday l9 November, will focus on applying Buddhist approaches to modern life and developing a meditation practice […]

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SATURDAY NIGHT DISCUSSION GROUP IS SUSPENDED FOR THE PRESENT Taking a Peak at Reality on Saturday nights Is life just a series of fleeting experiences or are we missing something far more profound? The Buddha explained that all the conventional appearances of the world have an ultimate nature of emptiness. Emptiness is right there before […]

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Four-week course from 7.30 pm Thursday 23 November Thursday night meditation classes return for the rest of the year, focusing on meditations which are at the heart of our happiness. These simple one-hour sessions will focus on creating kindness, peace and relaxation through meditations on love and compassion. In Buddhism, this is the key to […]

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Yamantaka meditation

Wednesdays from 7.30pm to 9pm. This class includes the practice of the Yamantaka sadhana. To be able to attend these teachings you must have received Solitary Hero Yamantaka empowerment. Yamantaka is in the class of the Highest Yoga Tantra practices. Students practising Yamantaka must have a sound basis in the study and meditations of the Path to […]

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Vajrayogini meditation

Mondays from 7.30pm to 9pm. This class is for students who have received empowerment, these sessions include sadhana practice, Wheel of Offering (tsog) practice, instructions and guided meditation in the traditional Tibetan temple, followed by supper. Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden’s commentary on the practice titled Path to the Union of Clear Light and Illusory Body provides the basis […]

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Path to Enlightenment in Tibetan Buddhism

Sundays from 4.00 to 5.30pm. Shakyamuni Buddha is said to have taught eighty four thousand different Dharmas – each of them a counter to the eighty four thousand negativities of body and mind that afflict living beings. Profound and vast in scope, the teachings of Dharma show innumerable methods enabling us to understand our position […]

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