Classes 2022
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Introductory courses Introductory courses. Regulars classes for those who have attended a Triratna introductory course. Introductory courses are open to anyone wanting to learn Buddhist Meditation and about the teachings of Buddhism and applying them to modern life. The typical … Read More

Courses
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  Thursday Course Introduction to Buddhism and Meditation Thursday Evenings from the 10/09/2020 to 22/10/2020: 7:30pm to 9:30pm This introductory course is led by Nibbhaya open to anyone interested in exploring Buddhism and Meditation. We will be looking at two … Read More

Data Access Request
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Under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) users can request access to their entry data at any time. Should you feel the need to request you data we have provided an easy way for you to submit these requests … Read More

Privacy
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Information on what personal data we keep at Worcester Buddhist Centre in light of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). What Personal Data is kept: The data we keep is your name and email address. How Your Personal Data Was … Read More

Introduction to Worcester Buddhist Centre
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WBC was started by Vajragupta early in 2002. He was chair of Birmingham Buddhist Centre at the time and wanted to start outreach classes in nearby towns and cities. He and newly ordained Nibbhaya drove from Birmingham each Tuesday evening … Read More

Introduction to The Triratna Buddhist Community
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The Triratna Buddhist Order and Community is a worldwide movement of women and men who try to engage with the Buddha’s teachings in the conditions of the modern world. Neither monastic nor lay, we are simply Buddhists, at varying stages of commitment and understanding, adopting … Read More

Introduction to Buddhism
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Buddhism is a path of practice and spiritual development leading to Insight into the true nature of reality. Buddhist practices like meditation are means of changing yourself in order to develop the qualities of awareness, kindness, and wisdom. The experience developed within … Read More

Loving Kindness Meditation
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The original name of this practice is metta bhavana, which comes from the Pali language. Metta means ‘love’ (in a non-romantic sense), friendliness, or kindness: hence ‘loving-kindness’ for short. It is an emotion, something you feel in your heart. Bhavana … Read More