At weekends we often have day retreats for meditation or Dharma study, or for particular sangha groups to get together.
Our three major festivals celebrate the Three Jewels and are opportunities for the whole Sangha to practise together. Buddha Day on the full moon of May/June celebrates the awakening of the Buddha, Dharma Day on the full moon of July marks his first communication of his awakened experience, and Sangha Day on the full moon of November celebrates the community of followers of the Buddha.
We also go away for weekend retreats in the countryside – info here.
We were delighted to witness the ordinations of Tejasara and Maitrivajri recently at Adhisthana This evening we will welcome them back into our local Sangha and hear something of their experience. 7.30 – 9pm Do join us via zoom : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82852627490 If you have difficulty connecting, please email email@example.com and we will try to help.
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 […]
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 […]
In Triratna, our system of practice is a dynamic mandala of five principles. We progressively integrate mind and body, samatha and vipassana, and discover the power of skilful and positive mental states. Then, directly penetrating and dispelling our delusions, we open ever-more to the wonder of what is. Thus, at last, we can wake up […]