Buddhism and Meditation

Monday Buddhism – Tibetan Wheel of Life

27th January for 5 weeks

(For people with experience of Triratna’s system of meditation)

The Wheel of Life is not really a painting but a mirror, giving one successively more profound insights into yourself, and revealing the next step in escaping the endless round.



Monday – Regulars

Explore Buddhist Ethics

A 5 week exploration of Buddhist ethics with meditation

Starting November 11th

Donation basis (suggested donation £7)

Contact: pbctriratna@gmail.com

Mondays – Regulars

Explore the Five Buddha Mandala

7 October – 4 November

Drop in. Suggested donation £7

Contact: pbctriratna@gmail.com

Beginners meditation class


Date: Thursday 19th September 2013 to Thursday 24th October 2013 


Time: 7pm – 9pm 


Cost: £70 / £45 concession


Led by: Sanghapala / Aryavachin 


Description: Meditation provides a way to help you relax, become more focused, develop your relationships, understand yourself better and become wiser and more compassionate. The two meditations introduced in this course are based on those taught by the Buddha to help his followers towards Enlightenment and are the mindfulness of breathing and development of loving-kindness (metta bhavana) meditations.




There are six sessions which usually consist of instruction in meditation; short meditations; semi-formal presentations by the leader(s); discussion time for participants to relate the material to their own experience; and experiential workshop aspects. For the duration of the course, you are encouraged to take up a daily meditation practice of 30 minutes per day.


Payment by cash, cheque or bank draft


Monday night

Monday nights start at 7pm. The nights comprise Mantrayana, Mindfulness of Breathing, Metta Bhavana and Just Sitting practices as well as discussion of the Buddha’s teachings.

Practice Night 1st July 2013

An investigation of the Just Sitting Practice, one of the main practices in the Triratna Buddhist movement.