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If you come to one of our

Dharma Study Groups, either the Foundation Study Groups or the Mitra Study groups, you can now pay for this online. Simply enter

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COMING EVENTS

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Friends Drop In Coffee Morning

 

Our next coffee morning will take

place on Friday 6th March.

 

 

6 week Going Deeper Course starting Weds 29th Jan 2020

 

This course led by Mokshadarshini and Kalyananara, will explore our responses to consumerism, the environment, technology, money etc etc. This course is suitable for those who have previously done Buddhist Study and are familiar with the meditation practices taught in Triratna. Please book for this course in advance.

What the World Needs Now  

(the Buddha and the Modern World)

Skills and Promises Auction on Saturday 29th February from 2 - 4 pm

Carol has been invited to Akashavana, a women's retreat centre in Spain, for her ordination. We are passionate about helping Carol, and we aim to raise as much money as we can for her!

So, do you have any skills?, capabilities?, unused lovely items?;  offer them to the Auction!. Let us all send Carol to Spain! Send your offerings to mjfanjulr@zoho.com , together with your own e-mail address in the text of the e-mail, your mobile number, whether you are prepared to take one or more people for your skill or offerings, and the base price you want it to go for. You could also leave all that information in a list located at the centre. Please, bring plenty of cash for your bid on the Auction day!!!

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LEAP into Skills & Promises Auction

Q: Why is your mind like a parachute?

A: Because it only works when open.

Introduction to Buddhism and Meditation 6 wks starts Sat 7th March 10.30am-1.00pm. When our mind is tense or tight – irritated or fixated – then we suffer. We can’t see people and situations clearly, our mind exaggerates what we don’t like, or what we do like, and we are driven into unhelpful habits and behaviours.

 

The Buddha taught ways – such as meditation – to develop an open mind. Then we can see more clearly and act more kindly. Our mind can be like an open and bright blue sky, and we can be a force for good in the world. These courses will give you an introduction to what the Buddha taught about our true human potential. You will also be able to explore two Buddhist meditation practices.

 

No need to book – just turn up. £8/£5 concession per week. (Please pay less if you genuinely cannot afford the lower amount.)

 

 

 

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