Location: Triratna Leeds Buddhist Centre
Open to all women with a regular meditation practice
Please bring veggie/vegan food to share
A day exploring our personal practice through meditation and study.
We’ll be looking at, and reflecting on the Bhumija Sutta where the Buddha uses four similes to make his point about practice. He says that ineffective practice is like trying to light a fire with wet wood and can never really succeed, whereas appropriate effort inevitably leads to success. We’ll be exploring this teaching in relation to the conditions and challenges of our own day-to-day lives.
Led by Shakyapada and Dharmasetu
This is a dana event so there is no set charge and everyone is welcome regardless of any ability to pay. However a donation would be greatly appreciated and help keep all events open to everyone. Suggested donation is £25 but please give what you can (or nothing at all).
Date(s) - 17/03/2018
10:00 am - 4:00 pm