Sangha Night | Tuesdays 7:30pm

Sangha Night | Tuesdays 7:30pm

Sangha Night is our regular get-together for members of the Bristol sangha. Each evening includes mixture of meditation, teaching and discussion suitable for anyone who has completed an introductory course.

On Sangha Night, we cover various topics in the form of short courses. Our current course is:

Turning the Wheel of Life into meaning
28th May – 2nd July
Led by Bhadra

Do you want to know more about what forces are at play in the world perpetuating suffering?
Do you want to know more about Karma and conditionality?
Do you want to find out where liberation is to be found?

During this short course we shall be opening out the rich imagery of the Wheel of Life to unpack some of the key teachings that address these questions.

It is said the image is like a mirror that reflects our own life back to us without judgement. It brings the possibility of creative, informed choices in relation to how we respond to this complex and often overwhelming world.


The year will also be peppered through with individual evenings on the theme of Living the Dharma Life.  In our movement we live our Dharma lives in a wide variety of ways – in families, communities, work, study, the creative arts, activism, in solitude, in our Centres and organisations – to name only some.  Through the year we will be inviting people to come and share with us these rich and varied experiences.

All our classes are run on donations which means everyone, regardless of income, can learn about Buddhism and meditation. To keep this revolutionary approach going, please do give what you can!

If you’d like to catch up with what’s been happening at Sangha Night, subscribe to our YouTube channel for all the latest recordings, or our Listen Again pages for material from 2020 and before.

Bristol Buddhist Centre, 162 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NT

info@bristol-buddhist-centre.org

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