Exploring Buddhism and Buddhist Practice in Our Everyday Lives
Online. Email us now to reserve your place at firstname.lastname@example.org
This five-week course is for people who are new to Buddhism and meditation, and also for people who are new to the Triratna Buddhist Community.
On this course we’ll look into how we get blown around by circumstances in our daily lives.
We’ll explore how Buddhist meditation and practice might help us to find meaning and purpose in our lives.
The course will be online on Zoom. We’ll have a break in the middle of each class.
We’d recommend the book ‘Sailing the Worldly Winds’ by Vajragupta, which the course will be based around. However, it is not necessary to read the book to do the course.
We’d like you to come every week, and we will recommend you do some activities at home in between the classes.
If you know you will miss more than one week of this course, we suggest you join a future course instead.
Our Buddhist Centre is here through the generosity of people who have taken part in it in the past. At each class we will invite donations to keep the Buddhist Centre open for other people in the future.
Evening classes for regular meditators – in person and online
Friends Night Regular Practice Evening – in person and online
Open to everyone who is familiar with the Mindfulness of Breathing and the Metta Bhavana meditations, this class offers a chance to meditate with others, receive ideas and share ways of deepening our understanding and practice of Buddhism and meditation. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult (both in person and online).
This class is currently held on Friday evenings 7.00pm (prompt) – 9.15 pm, at the Meanwood Institute and online.
Online option: Please sign up to our newsletter to receive information about how to join us online. The online link will open from 6.45pm for a 7pm start.
In person option: at the Meanwood Institute, 92 Green Rd, Leeds LS6 4LD. No need to book a place at the Meanwood Institute. Just come along!
There remains risk from COVID-19 to participants and those who may come into contact with them. As an expression of the First Precept we undertake, we will conduct Sangha Nights at the Meanwood Institute in a way that mitigates risk of harm to participants and others. This includes keeping social distancing within the Hall. Please read this pdf document of our COVID-19 precautions and note that we ask everyone coming to have taken a lateral flow test before they set off and to have received a negative result. We ask that people do not come if they have any COVID, flu or cold symptoms. And bring a mask.