Classes

Classes

Classes

Regular Classes

The format tends to be: Meditation in the first half which is longer than on introductory courses and then an exploration of a theme in the second half. Themes can be one offs or last many weeks.

There is a friendly and welcoming atmosphere amongst people who are putting Buddhist principles into practice.

There is no booking and you are welcome to drop in anytime.

Thursday and Saturday Regular Classes are ongoing

Venue:  Quaker Meeting House in Worcester, 1 Sansom Walk, Worcester WR1 1UG
(Walk through the archway turn immediately right and the door is on the left)

See map of location and nearby parking here

 

Thursday Classes

Regulars
Thursdays from the 3rd January 2019, 7.30pm – 9.45pm

We will be looking at Ritual and Devotion as part of the Buddhist path which can be a bit marmite for people especially in the West.  It is right and understandable some people are concerned about following something they don’t fully understand and may seem a bit alien in our cultural context. We will look at the meaning and purpose of worship in Buddhism and how it can enhance our practice. We hope to see you for lively discussions!

You will find a friendly welcoming atmosphere on our courses and if you can’t make all the sessions you will still be welcome to attend when you can.

 

Introduction to Buddhism and Meditation
Thursday Evenings from 24th January 2019 until 14th March 2019 7:30pm to 9:45pm: 

Dates for 2019 to be confirmed shortly

This introductory course led by Sanghadeva  is open to anyone interested in exploring Buddhism and Meditation. We will be looking at two meditations, one to develop increased awareness (mindfulness) and one to increase positive emotion (basically to increase kindness to ourselves and others).

 

Saturday Classes

Regulars
Saturdays from the 5th January 2019, 10.30am – 12.45pm

We will be looking at Ritual and Devotion as part of the Buddhist path which can be a bit marmite for people especially in the West.  It is right and understandable some people are concerned about following something they don’t fully understand and may seem a bit alien in our cultural context. We will look at the meaning and purpose of worship in Buddhism and how it can enhance our practice. We hope to see you for lively discussions!

You will find a friendly welcoming atmosphere on our courses and if you can’t make all the sessions you will still be welcome to attend when you can.

 

An Introduction to Buddhism and Meditation
Saturday Mornings 10:30am to 12:45pm: 

Dates for 2019 to be confirmed shortly

This introductory course led by Nibbhaya is open to anyone interested in exploring Buddhism and Meditation. We will be looking at two meditations, one to develop increased awareness (mindfulness) and one to increase positive emotion (basically to increase kindness to ourselves and others).

 

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