A lively evening of talks, discussion, meditation and ritual. Open to everyone practising with the Centre
Early this year we formed an Eco-crisis practice group at the Centre. We met on three occasions but stopped during lockdown because initially we were not so keen to continue on zoom. But zoom is still with us and so we are re-convening online.
In this group we draw on the dharma to support each other as we engage with ecological issues. We seek to develop and deepen our spiritual practice in this way, opening heart and mind more fully to wisdom and compassion.
The group is led by Dayajoti and Vimalavajri and is open to anyone with a regular dharma practice. So it would be great to see you there. Do join us on In the mundane world, we will be connecting via zoom ; imaginatively, we’ll be sitting with the Buddha under the Bodhi tree!Zoom link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86521315403 “
Is mindfulness synonymous with raisins? There’s so much more to mindfulness than dried fruit or single pointed attention.Our bodies, stories we tell ourselves, views and volitions… by being increasingly mindful, we gradually transform ourselves and our worlds. We can make decisions and live our lives in line with who we truly are.
Join us to deepen your awareness and begin your transformation.
There will be space for meditation and discussion, as well as hearing from Patrick on his experience of deepening his mindfulness practice
Open to all under 35 who have completed an introductory course at a Triratna centre and are familiar with our meditation practices.
If you haven’t been before or have any technical issues, please email email@example.com and we can send you the zoom link and help with any techie issues.