This Sunday 26 April, a free day, but you need to book, and please donate if you can, £30 suggested.
A nourishing day retreat at home, immersed in metta, the intention of friendliness, kindness or unconditional love. During the day Maitrisambhava and Karunagita will lead four online sessions of about an hour using Zoom. Meditation, gentle bodywork, teaching and discussion, also touching on Karuna (compassion) and Mudita (joy). These sessions will...
We’re delighted to say that Karunavajra and Prajnabandhu have agreed to lead a day retreat for us at Old Milverton Hall on Sunday 14th May. Day retreats are a great way to nourish ourselves, get a bit deeper with our practice and get to know other members of the group in a more spacious way without demanding such a big time commitment as a residential retreat. Information about the day is given below. If you want to come,...
Some of us are talking about doing a Flashmob Meditation in Exeter on Saturday 4th June 11.00 - 1.00. You will need to bring your own mat, cushion and blanket (you can borrow these from the Centre). If you would like to join in, please email Emily at emilyruth.hammond [at] gmail.com
Summer Dat retreat at Sagaravajra’s Forest Garden - 13th August
We’ll be having a Summer Day Retreat at Sagaravajra’s...
Stillness, Simplicity and Contentment: Introducing Buddhist Action Month 2015
Together in sangha, we’ll motivate our potential to tread more lightly on the Earth; to practice the third precept with joy; to delight in trying out new approaches.
“What would the Buddha do?” is explored through inspiring stories from the scriptures. Conversation, meditation and reflection will close off with a ritual. Please bring food for a shared vegan banquet if you can. Led by Suddhacandika and Maitridasa with support from the Karaniya Metta Kula.
By Christine on Mon, 9 Feb, 2015 - 19:54“May all beings be happy in their heart of hearts!”
This day of study, reflection and ritual will explore the richness of the Karaniya Metta Sutta, the Buddha’s discourse on universal loving kindness. In particular, we’ll examine how can we make this teaching more relevant to our everyday lives and to our engagement in the world. Open to all.
Led by Khemasuri and Suddhacandika with support from Karaniya Metta Kula. Please bring a veggie lunch to share.