WHAT HAS MEDITATION AND BUDDHISM TO OFFER WHEN OUR WORLD IS ON FIRE
An introduction to the radical teachings of the dharma and Buddhist meditation on the following Saturdays, via zoom;
19th September 10-11.30
10th October 10-11.30
17th October 10-11.30
24th October 10-11.30
We’ll explore the Buddha’s teachings on how and why to live more ethically, on how to engage creatively with our experience and learn two meditations to support a deepening understanding of ourselves and the world we are part of.
To join us please click on this link:
Meditation and Buddhism
Meeting ID: 841 5564 8012
Looking forward to meeting you here, Sridakini
OPENING THE BUDDHIST CENTRE: an update from Padmolka, Chair of the Highland Buddhist Centre
Although we are now in phase 3 of the easing of lockdown, the Highland Buddhist Centre will not be opening yet for sangha night, mitra study etc. A small group of Trustees (Opening kula) met on Saturday 22nd August to look at what needs to be done and how we can open safely. Please note (25/08/20) …we won’t be opening yet. Watch this space for a fuller update.
For now, we will continue to have sangha night, mitra study, practice days etc on line.
All warmly welcomed
AND AS WE WELCOME ALL
“We understand the importance and surrounding issues that affect Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities both here and throughout the world and very clearly affirm Black Lives Matter.
The Triratna community is engaging in conversations around diversity, inclusion and race and links to our website and these conversations are here;
Triratna Buddhist Community Highlands as part of the Triratna community world wide aspire to understand and practice ever more deeply the ethical precepts-principally “with deeds of loving kindness I purify my actions of body speech and mind” in all our actions, with all the people we come into contact with, regardless of skin colour, gender identity and neurological identity.”